Definition of 'jet'
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Fighter jets had earlier roared over the capital in a show of force. Times, Sunday Times (2017)How does all that jetting around sit with an ethical buying policy? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Keep up the fight against jet lag by hitting the surf and getting salt in your hair. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cabin lighting will be adjustable to the time of day to reduce jet lag. The Sun (2016)They play a vital role in directing fast jets and refuelling other aircraft around the air space above the warzone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The fighter jets that come in low for a second strike to kill rescue workers will for a time be grounded. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Come to the lakes for calm, not jet skis. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They built the interior of this two-storey hotel there - you could have fitted three jumbo jets in it. The Sun (2016)She has also been gifted tens of thousands of pounds of items and jetted around the world. The Sun (2014)This means you can go next door and get jet lag. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They reacted to visual stimuli nearly as fast as fighter jet pilots. The Sun (2010)Three-quarters own a jet aircraft and most have a yacht. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We could hear what sounded like a jet plane. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Just in time for jet set season the retailer is launching a range of sizzling summer styles. The Sun (2012)Just look at the wings of a jumbo jet in turbulence. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Since then they have gone to the footie together and now jetted off on holiday. The Sun (2016)One jets around as a pianist and soprano. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The jet stream was also particularly strong and far south. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The time difference cures my hangover and the hangover cures my jet lag. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The most likely is to take him out by fast jet. The Sun (2014)Jet aircraft engines in particular are susceptible to damage from volcanic ash. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This club is comparable to a big jet plane. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Right, so why do you let her go on a jet ski? Times, Sunday Times (2010)There's no time for jet lag. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You may like to reflect that there is no-one who understands fully how a jumbo jet works. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This story is about the funny results you get - rather like these - when you put lots more power into jet fighters. Plane Speaking - a personal view of aviation history (1991)
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Translations for 'jet'
British English: jet /dʒɛt/ NOUN
A jet is an aeroplane that is powered by jet engines.
...her private jet.
- American English: jet
- Arabic: نَفَّاثَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: avião a jato
- Chinese: 喷射
- Croatian: mlažnjak
- Czech: tryskáč
- Danish: jetfly
- Dutch: straalvliegtuig
- European Spanish: jet
- Finnish: suihkukone
- French: jet
- German: Düsenflugzeug
- Greek: αεριωθούμενο
- Italian: jet
- Japanese: ジェット機
- Korean: 제트기
- Norwegian: jetfly
- Polish: odrzutowiec
- European Portuguese: avião a jacto
- Romanian: avion cu reacție
- Russian: реактивный самолет
- Spanish: avión
- Swedish: stråle
- Thai: เครื่องบินเจ็ท
- Turkish: jet
- Ukrainian: реактивний літак
- Vietnamese: máy bay phản lực
British English: jet VERB
If you jet somewhere, you travel there in a fast plane.
He and his wife will be jetting off on a two-week holiday.
Definition of jet from the Collins English Dictionary
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