Fanjet



[fan-jet] /ˈfænˌdʒɛt/

noun
1.
Also called turbofan. a jet engine having a large impeller that takes in air, which is used partly for the combustion of fuel and partly as exhaust.
2.
an airplane having one or more such engines.
/ˈfænˌdʒɛt/
noun
1.
another name for turbofan (sense 1), turbofan (sense 2)

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