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jet

Definitions by Oxford


[dʒɛt], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a rapid stream of liquid or gas forced out of a small opening
(e.g: a jet of boiling water spurted over his hand)

- a jet engine.


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Origin:
late 16th century (as a verb meaning ‘jut out’): from French jeter ‘to throw’, based on Latin jactare, frequentative of jacere ‘to throw’


[dʒɛt], (Verb)

Definitions:
- spurt out in jets
(e.g: blood jetted from his nostrils)

- travel by jet aircraft
(e.g: the newly weds jetted off for a honeymoon in New York)


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[dʒɛt], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a hard black semi-precious variety of lignite, capable of being carved and highly polished
(e.g: jet beads)


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Origin:
Middle English: from Old French jaiet, from Latin Gagates, from Greek gagatēs ‘from Gagai’, a town in Asia Minor


[], (Residual)

Definitions:
- Joint European Torus, a machine for conducting experiments in nuclear fusion, at Culham in Oxfordshire.


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