jetting

[ US /ˈdʒɛtɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈɛtɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. propelled violently in a usually narrow stream
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How To Use jetting In A Sentence

  • Despite inherent inefficiencies, jetting is the primary mode of locomotion for both primitive nautilus and powerful, migratory oceanic squids.
  • Heat is also released by plastic deformation associated with jetting and ripple formation at the interface between the parts being welded.
  • THIS school half-term will see thousands of families jetting off to catch the last of the short haul sun. The Sun
  • Robotic high pressure water jetting also greatly reduces the risks of injury to operations personnel.
  • Agitations made her anger spew from her mouth like steam jetting from a teapot's flapping lid.
  • There's also the little matter of the Interim Government jetting about, all over the world… traveling from one place to the next.
  • Water was jetting profusely from the pipe.
  • Anne-Marie now has four weeks' leave and is jetting off on holiday with her husband.
  • It must be annoying for under-funded museum staff to see a travelling droid circus jetting in from California.
  • And as for time, well that soon runs out - why waste it on "jetting". Top stories from Times Online
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