- n. 舰队；船队；机群
- adj. 快速的；敏捷的；短暂的
- vt. 使（时间）飞逝
- vi. 疾飞；掠过；逐渐消失
- [C]舰队; 船队 a number of ships under one command, such as warships in the navy
- [C]车队; 机群 a group of buses, aircraft, etc. under one control
group of aircraft operating together under the same ownership
group of motor vehicles operating together under the same ownership
a group of steamships operating together under the same ownership
a group of warships organized as a tactical unit
moving very fast;
"fleet of foot"
"the fleet scurrying of squirrels"
"a swift current"
"swift flight of an arrow"
"a swift runner"
move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart;
"The hummingbird flitted among the branches"
"The pain eventually passed off"
- The fleet is manoeuvring in the Baltic.
- The general ordered the fleet to remain where they were and wait for the further instructions.
- The fleet began to fill away on a northerly course.
- That is a fleet horse.
- On board the ship I fleet time by read detective story.
- A plane fleeted over the top of the hill.
- There is enough water in the harbor to float a fleet.
- Fleets of buses took them the rest of the way.
- He made his money with a fleet of moving vans.
- The fishing fleet sails from the bay every morning.
- The Dutch fleet are sailing up the Thames.
Buses..from a big town fleet.出自： R. Hoggart
A fleet of electric trollies piled high with newspaper parcels.出自： K. Waterhouse
Their conceits have wings, Fleeter than arrows.出自：Love's Labour's Lost , Shakespeare
Even Thialfi, as fleet of foot as any man in Midgard, was hard put to keep up with him.出自： K. Crossley