Definition of Flotas
1. flota [n] - See also: flota
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flotas
Literary usage of Flotas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Trade and Navigation Between Spain and the Indies in the Time of the Hapsburgs by Clarence Henry Haring (1918)
"CHAPTER IX GALLEONS AND flotas THE circumstances which attended the origin of the system of convoyed merchant fleets sailing between Spain and America have ..."
2. Charles the Third of Spain: The Stanhope Essay, 1900 by Joseph Addison (1900)
"flotas " were abolished and absolute freedom of trade was ... This Visitador General, who denounced the absurdity of the flotas was Don Jos6 de Galvez, who, ..."
3. Publications of the Navy Records Society by Navy Records Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"In view of the rich cargoes carried in the flotas the choice of suitable ships was a principal duty of the officers of the Casa, and there are very many ..."
4. Colonization: A Study of the Founding of New Societies by Albert Galloway Keller (1908)
"Thus were organized the famous flotas and galeones, companies of merchant ... The flotas had Vera Cruz as their destination, the galeones went as far as ..."
5. Naval Tracts: V. 5 by Sir William Monson (1902)
"... the flotas the choice of suitable ships was a principal duty of the officers of the Casa, and there are very many regulations dealing with this matter. ..."