Jet-propelled



[jet-pruh-peld] /ˈdʒɛt prəˈpɛld/

adjective
1.
propelled by a jet engine or engines.
2.
Informal. having a force or speed suggesting something propelled by a jet engine; fast or powerful.
adjective
1.
driven by jet propulsion
2.
(informal) very fast

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