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jet in Geology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjetjet1 /dʒet/ ●●○ noun 🔊 🔊 1 [countable]TTA a fast plane with a jet enginejet fighter/aircraft/airliner 🔊 a squadron of F-6 jet fighter aircraft 🔊 He owns a private jet. → jumbo jet2 [countable]LIQUID a narrow stream of liquid or gas that comes quickly out of a small hole, or the hole itselfjet of 🔊 She soaped herself beneath the refreshing jets of water.3 [uncountable]HEG a hard black stone that is used for making jewellery
Examples from the Corpus
jet• a jet fighter• An imperial eagle lectern carved in jet supported upon its open black wings a huge, chained copy of the Codex Astartes.• He is also pledging his private jet and everything else his family owns.• And happiness is ... a romantic tycoon with his own private jet.• Curiously, how stars produce jets is an open question.• strong jets of water• After a terrifying two minutes the crew overpowered Mukonyi, handcuffed him, and regained control of the jet.• Dan Vandenberg witnessed jets in a more typical role.private jet• How can a private jet be cheaper than a train?• He flies in a private jet from concert to concert.• He is also pledging his private jet and everything else his family owns.• And happiness is ... a romantic tycoon with his own private jet.• McCain has made four campaign trips in Paxson's private jet in the past few months.• You needed the private jets in Washington.• Immediately after the gig Jon Bon Jovi flew back to London on the private jet he arrived in just seven hours earlier.