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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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junketjun‧ket /ˈdʒʌŋkɪt/ noun  [countable] especially American English informalPG an expensive trip paid for by government money or by a business for people they employ – used to show disapproval
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junketRennet is added too, which makes the milk clot and set firmly into a junket.Noland offers an amusing peek at 40 exciting junkets.Had he come home alive, some reporters would have no doubt trashed the trip as a taxpayer-paid junket.On this particular junket to Xiamen he was shopping for real estate.When she came in with the junket, the row had obviously developed.So we have to use junket rennet.
From Longman Business Dictionaryjunketjun‧ket /ˈdʒʌŋkɪt/ noun [countable] informal a free trip that is paid for by a company or by the governmentThese funds should not have been used to pay for junkets abroad.
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