Jet-propulsion



noun
1.
the propulsion of a body by its reaction to a force ejecting a gas or a liquid from it.
noun
1.
propulsion by means of a jet of fluid
2.
propulsion by means of a gas turbine, esp when the exhaust gases provide the propulsive thrust
jet propulsion

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