Jet-engine meaning

An engine that develops thrust by ejecting a jet, especially a jet of gaseous combustion products.
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An engine that obtains the oxygen needed from the atmosphere, used especially to propel aircraft and distinguished from rocket engines having self-contained fuel-oxidizer systems.
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An engine for aircraft, ships, etc., operating on the principle of jet propulsion.
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An engine, generally a gas turbine , that develops thrust from a jet of hot gases produced by burning fuel in a combustion chamber.
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An engine that obtains thrust by taking in air at the front, using it to burn fuel, then ejecting the hot combustion products at the rear through a propulsive nozzle.
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Any engine propelled by expelling a high speed fluid jet (jet propulsion), such as a rocket, turbojet, turbofan, ramjet etc.
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Attributive form of jet engine.

Jet-engine noise.

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