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flagship
American English: /ˈflæɡˌʃɪp/
British English: /ˈflaɡʃɪp/

Translation of flagship in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (Nautical)
    Example sentences
    • Cornwall is due to hand over her flagship duties to sister ship HMS Campbeltown in October.
    • As the flagship of Admiral Lord Howe, she played an important part in the early stages of the war with France.
    • It is the flagship of the fleet and is very large, you'll soon come to realize.
    1.2 (showpiece)
    producto (masculine) ( or programa (masculine) etc) bandera
    (before noun) (store/product/publication)
    Example sentences
    • Perfume houses take very great care to ensure that the ingredients of their flagship products are kept under wraps.
    • One of the joys of the flagship store in Freeport, Maine is that it is open 24 hours.
    • We have been launching our flagship products in India for a long time.

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