an enclosed, telescoping, movable ramplike bridge connecting an airport terminal and an aircraft, for use by passengers in boarding and disembarking.
[zhœ] /ʒœ/ noun, plural jeux [zhœ] /ʒœ/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a game. n. a French word for “play, game” occurring in some phrases borrowed into English, from Latin jocum “jest, joke, play, sport” (see joke (n.)).
[zhœduh moh] /ʒœdə ˈmoʊ/ noun, plural jeux de mots [zhœduh moh] /ʒœdə ˈmoʊ/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a pun.
snatched away by God, a descendant of Zerah (1 Chr. 9:6).
[zhœn fee-yuh] /ʒœn ˈfi yə/ noun, plural jeunes filles [zhœn fee-yuh] /ʒœn ˈfi yə/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a girl or young woman. n. French, literally “young girl.”