Navy

  • 1 NAVY.ru — http://www.navy.ru Коммерческий: нет Регистрация: по желанию NAVY.ru негосударственное некоммерческое интернет издание о Военно Морском Фл …

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  • 2 Navy — ist die im englischsprachigen Raum gebräuchliche Bezeichnung für Marine: United States Navy der Vereinigten Staaten Royal Navy von Großbritannien Royal Australian Navy von Australien Royal Canadian Navy von Kanada, siehe Canadian Forces Maritime… …

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  • 3 Navy.ru — URL: http://www.navy.ru Коммерческий: нет Регистрация: по желанию Посещаемость …

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  • 4 Navy — Na vy; n.; pl. {Navies}. [ OF. navie, fr. L. navis ship. See {Nave} of a church.] 1. A fleet of ships; an assemblage of merchantmen, or so many as sail in company. The navy also of Hiram, that brought gold from Ophir. 1 kings x. 11. [1913… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 Navy — Na vy, a. Having a color of navy blue. [PJC] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 navy — blue Na vy blue , n. 1. A dark grayish blue. Also called {navy}. [PJC] 2. Prussian blue. [archaic] [Webster 1913 Suppl. +PJC] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 Navy — (engl., spr. Nehwi), Flotte, Seemacht, Seeewesen. N. Bills, Schiffsnoten, die vom N. Board (einem Collegium von Admiralitätsbeamten) ausgestellten Wechsel auf Credit der Admiralität, s.u. Staatspapiere …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 8 Navy — (engl., spr. nēwĭ), Flotte …

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • 9 Navy — Naval and Naval Force redirect here. For other uses of Naval , see Naval (disambiguation). For other uses of Navy , see Navy (disambiguation). The Spanish Armada fighting the English navy at the Battle of Gravelines in 1588 A navy (sometimes… …

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  • 10 navy — /nay vee/, n., pl. navies. 1. the whole body of warships and auxiliaries belonging to a country or ruler. 2. (often cap.) the complete body of such warships together with their officers and enlisted personnel, equipment, yards, etc., constituting …

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  • 11 Navy —    The Military Maritime Fleet of Russia (voienno morskoi flot Rossii) is the naval arm of the Russian military. The current fleet evolved out of the short lived navy of the Commonwealth of Independent States, which was created out of the Soviet… …

    Historical Dictionary of the Russian Federation

  • 12 Navy — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Navy est le terme militaire anglais désignant la marine. Il désigne la marine dans les pays suivants : États Unis, la United States Navy Royaume Uni …

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  • 13 navy — 1. noun a) A countrys entire sea force, including ships and personnel. b) A governmental department in charge of a countrys sea force. 2. adjective a) Having the dark blue colour of navy blue. The cover is as navy as a bruise …

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  • 14 navy — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ strong ▪ merchant (BrE) (merchant marine in AmE) ▪ Russian, US, etc. VERB + NAVY …

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  • 15 navy — Synonyms and related words: Naval Construction Battalion, RN, Royal Navy, Seabees, USN, United States Navy, argosy, armada, bottoms, cavendish, chaw, chew, chewing tobacco, coast guard, cud, cut plug, division, eating tobacco, escadrille, fid,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 16 navy — n. 1) a merchant navy (BE; AE has merchant marine) 2) the Royal Navy * * * [ neɪvɪ] the Royal Navy a merchant navy (BE; AE has merchant marine) …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 17 Navy —    The navy played an important historical role in several offen sive and defensive tasks, such as convoying merchant ships, priva teering, and fighting many wars at sea. The Hansa League had to use naval force to secure its commercial interests …

    Historical Dictionary of the Netherlands

  • 18 Navy —    During the WARS OF THE ROSES, England had no standing fleet, and naval needs were met by indenting (contracting) with merchants and nobles to supply ships and crews to perform a specified service for a specified time. Not meant for voyaging in …

    Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • 19 navy — noun (plural navies) Etymology: Middle English navie, from Anglo French, from Latin navigia ships, from navigare Date: 14th century 1. a group of ships ; fleet 2. a nation s ships of war and of logistic support 3. often capitalized the complete… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 20 NAVY — Never Again Volunteer Yourself (Governmental » Military) …

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