Examples of depot in a Sentence
a distribution depot for auto parts
the guns and ammunition were stored in a depot in Concord
Recent Examples of depot from the Web
He was plucked from a replacement depot in January 1945 and assigned to the Ordnance Company of the Tenth.
Dropping a MOAB in Afghanistan is not retreating from foreign entanglements, nor is bombing WMD depots in Syria.
The Navy would have perhaps preferred a location closer to San Diego Naval Base or the Navy and Marine Corps recruit depots of the day.
Dennis Money, president of Seneca White Deer, said Monday the tours will also tell the history of the depot, built in 1941 and closed in 2000.
But the nonprofit Seneca White Deer will offer bus tours starting in October under an agreement with the depot’s new owner, Earl Martin.
But the LME represents only a small part of all the metal bought and sold, mostly because its fees are higher than private storage depots, and the bourse is more heavily regulated.
The 1907 building, just half a block from the old depot, once was a boarding house for railroad workers.
About 20 percent of the jets must await spares in depots because suppliers can’t keep up with expanding production while fixing returned parts.
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Origin and Etymology of depot
First Known Use: 1795See Words from the same year
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