Definición de mother ship en inglés:

mother ship

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1A large spacecraft or ship from which smaller craft are launched or maintained: a mother ship accompanies a small fleet of yachts
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  • Diligence carries extensive engineering workshops and can provide emergency electrical and fresh water supplies, making her an ideal mother ship for smaller craft engaged on relief work.
  • The service maintains a computer register of ships capable of acting as the mother ship to host the submersible rescue system.
  • Dozens of smaller ships from the alien mother ship fly out, shooting laser shots at the Battle Ships.
1.1A place regarded as a base, source, or headquarters: the Battersea Art Centre, the mother ship of experimental theatre
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  • On New Year's Eve in San Francisco's Market district, the mothership has no beginning or end.
  • Instead, this became a chance to show our willingness to work together within the new mother ship.
  • Those dealers, Landry adds, represent 65 percent of retail sales, a fact not lost on the U.S. mothership in Detroit.

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