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1. A ship that carries a fleet or squadron commander and bears the commander's flag.
2. The chief one of a related group: the flagship of a newspaper chain.
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1. (Nautical Terms) a ship, esp in a fleet, aboard which the commander of the fleet is quartered
2. (Nautical Terms) the most important ship belonging to a shipping company
3. (Marketing) a single item from a related group considered as the most important, often in establishing a public image: the nine o'clock news is the flagship of the BBC.
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1. a ship carrying the commander of a fleet, squadron, or the like, and displaying the officer's commander's flag.
2. the main vessel of a shipping line.
3. the most important one of a group or system.
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|Noun||1.||flagship - the chief one of a related group; "it is their flagship newspaper"|
thing - an artifact; "how does this thing work?"
|2.||flagship - the ship that carries the commander of a fleet and flies his flag|
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
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