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Definitions of jet:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To throw or shoot forward: to jut.

part of speech: noun

A well- known variety of coal, of an intense velvety- black or brownish- black colour, occurring in great purity and abundance in the cliffs of alum- shale on the Yorkshire coast.

part of speech: verb transitive

To emit in a stream:- pr. p. jetting; pa. p. jetted.

part of speech: noun

A spouting stream: a short pipe emitting a flame of gas.

part of speech: noun

A stream of liquid suddenly thrown out; a rushing forth, as of ges, etc.; a spout or nozzle through which a flow of gas, etc., is regulated; an opaque, very black mineral, akin to coal, which may be highly polished; tube for running molten metal into a mold.

part of speech: noun

A small stream of water or other fluid forcibly emitted; a shoot of water; a gas branch.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To spout out.

part of speech: noun

A mineral very compact and black used for ornaments.

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