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  1. jet

    • IPA[jet]

    美式

    • n.
      a rapid stream of liquid or gas forced out of a small opening;a nozzle or narrow opening for sending out a jet of liquid or gas
    • v.
      travel by jet aircraft;spurt out in jets
    • verb: jet, 3rd person present: jets, gerund or present participle: jetting, past tense: jetted, past participle: jetted

    • noun: jet, plural noun: jets

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    • adj.
      (of an aircraft) having two jet engines.
    • n.
      a twin-jet aircraft.

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    • n.
      a narrow variable band of very strong predominantly westerly air currents encircling the globe ... brief bursts of cold air have been blown into the region by the jet stream

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    • n.
      another term for gas burner

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    • n.
      a narrow variable band of very strong predominantly westerly air currents encircling the globe ... brief bursts of cold air have been blown into the region by the jet stream

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    • n.
      a small jet-propelled vehicle that skims across the surface of water and typically is ridden ...
    • v.
      ride on a jet ski: she went jet-skiing in Miami

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    • IPA[dʒɛt]

    英式

    • n.
      a rapid stream of liquid or gas forced out of a small opening: a jet of boiling water spurted over his hand
    • v.
      spurt out in jets: blood jetted from his nostrils

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    • n.
      a hard black semi-precious variety of lignite, capable of being carved and highly polished: jet beads

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    • IPA[jet]

    美式

    • n.
      a hard black semiprecious variety of lignite, capable of being carved and highly polished: jet beads

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    • abbr
      Joint European Torus, a machine for conducting experiments in nuclear fusion, at Culham in ...

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