There are 2 main translations of jet in Spanish

: jet1jet2

jet1

motor a reacción, n.

Pronunciation /dʒɛt/

noun

  • 1

    Aviation
    • 1.1(engine)

      motor a reacción masculine
      reactor masculine
      (airliner) con motor a reacción
      (airliner) a chorro dated
      jet engine motor a reacción
      • jet fighter caza
      • Gunboats patrolled the sea lanes and the skies were covered by fighter jets launched from an aircraft carrier in the Atlantic.
      • How often have you ever heard of someone who qualified to fly fighter jets never flying a plane again?
      • He insisted on training to fly a jumbo jet despite an obvious lack of skill even with small planes.
      • The buildings were designed to withstand the force of even a bigger jumbo jet crashing.
      • In 1986, hijackers seize a U.S. jumbo jet at Karachi's airport.
      • In strictly military terms, a guided missile is little different from a kamikaze or a hijacked passenger jet.
      • Two company executives and three flight crew were killed when their private jet crashed shortly after take-off.
      • Alison and Rachel boarded the private jet at exactly 2 hours after the mission briefing.
      • I also heard what sounded like a muted jet aircraft engine.
      • The carrier will use regional jets on the routes for the time being, The Post says.
      • "Gulfstream still believes a supersonic business jet has good market potential, " he said.
      • The six freed hostages boarded a Libyan chartered jet in Cebu yesterday on their way to Tripoli.
      • Think of the Internet revolution as a supersonic jet streaking through the sky.
      • The Indian Government has also chosen to buy 66 Hawk advanced jet trainer aircraft.
      • More and more privately owned jets are landing at Provincetown's small airport.
      • Maxine invites a woman she barely knows into Shadow Fox's private jet plane.
      • The Texans left on a jet plane riding a Rocky Mountain high to Denver.
      • She got on the small jet plane that only took 50 or so passengers.
      • Flashes of memories came thundering back to me as jets roared in the clouds.
      • Think of the Internet revolution as a supersonic jet streaking through the sky.

    • 1.2(plane)

      (con motor a reacción) avión masculine
      avión a chorro masculine dated

  • 2

    • 2.1(of water, air, gas)

      chorro masculine
      • Through this a thin jet of liquid would flow into the mouth of the ritual drinker or brotherhood performer.
      • This process results in two jets of hadronic particles as the quarks form hadrons.
      • A jagged crack shot through the ice and water gushed up in jets and spurts.
      • According to dictionary definitions and everyday usage, a fountain is a jet of water that spurts up into the air.
      • The net effect is a liquid jet in the direction of the surface.
      • The liquid jet as it strikes the solid surface can cause localized erosion and surface pitting.
      • State-of-the-art special effects include three-foot high fireballs, water jets and dancing fountains around the bamboo dance floor.
      • This fountain has 228 water jets, the highest reaching 15 metres.
      • This can be difficult with large trees, but if you can hit the undersides with jets of water or insecticidal soap, you may lessen the problem.
      • From her hands burst jets of water that slowly put out the bird's fire.
      • He opened his mouth wide and squirted a jet of water in.
      • For this Friday Market in Kuwait, hot dry external air is humidified with jets of atomized water, and cooled to near wet bulb temperature.
      • Even in the height of summer, there are sprinklers going in everyone's garden and huge jets of water spraying crops throughout the day.
      • A confined jet of compressed air pressurizes the inspiratory airflow.
      • He lifted his hands and shot a jet of water towards one of the flaming walls.
      • He opened his mouth wide and squirted a jet of water in.
      • Attached to the end of a wooden staff, they might shoot jets of flame at attackers.
      • Oni was sending jets of flames towards the soldiers, burning their dark iron armor.
      • Theo sent a jet of fire after him, but he turned and deflected it.
      • Natural thermal springs abound and scores of tourist spots feature bubbling pools or jets of steam shooting from the ground.

    • 2.2(nozzle)

      surtidor masculine
      • Once that has been signed and returned, and the cost of new nozzles and jets paid, Egoli Gas will make the conversion.
      • The ejected material is channeled into narrow jets perpendicular to the disk, while material from the disk falls onto the protostar.
      • For all I know, the company may have toyed with the idea of slightly widening the nozzle on the windscreen-washer jets.
      • Gases streaming through this jet hole cause the tube to rotate rapidly on its axis, so creating the humming sound.
      • The wort is pumped from the kettle, and forced back into the kettle through a jet nozzle.
      • Nozzles direct the spray droplets into the air jets.
      • It could lead to improvements in devices that use liquid jets, as well as microjets that guide light.
      • The flow pattern caused by the tail flick of the 4 mm zebra danio larva is a vortex ring with a jet through the center.
      • Imagine that a flow of liquid is proceeding in a smooth, regular fashion, but we can adjust a jet to make the flow run faster or slower.
      • If you've got your heart set on a whirlpool tub for your new master bathroom, do you want one with air jets or water jets, and what is the difference?
      • Off the bathroom, steps lead to a raised Jacuzzi with 16 air jets and 8 water jets, all adjustable.
      • A steam shower is a nice luxury feature similar to a shower, except jets emit steam instead of water.
      • Positioned side by side, these hot tub jets provide gentle treatment to your shoulders and upper back.

intransitive verb jetting, jetted, jetted

  • 1informal

    (fly)
    volar
    she's always jetting off to conferences se pasa la vida viajando en avión para asistir a congresos
    • There's also the little matter of the Interim Government jetting about, all over the world… traveling from one place to the next.
    • The film, which gives young travellers safety tips before jetting off for adventures, is being made available to sixth-form colleges across the country.
    • It must be annoying for under-funded museum staff to see a travelling droid circus jetting in from California.
    • The newlyweds then jetted off to Costa Rica for an active honeymoon of hiking, diving and exploring the rain forest.
    • The bride celebrated her birthday the day after the ceremony, as the newlyweds jetted out for their honeymoon in the Maldives.
    • Travellers are being told that a little preparation now before jetting off can save a great deal of heartache later.
    • The Boys on the Bus are jetting home this weekend on chartered or private aircraft.
    • The arguments have already been well rehearsed against the SPL teams jetting off to sunny climes.
    • For instance, no doubt you'll be jetting off on holiday anytime soon.
    • Anne-Marie now has four weeks' leave and is jetting off on holiday with her husband.
    • Over 40 members of Annascaul GAA jetted out to the sun on Saturday last.
    • Representing AORN's members as President means jetting around the globe.
    • Two years ago, Chambers was jetting around the globe preaching the gospel of the new economy to world leaders.
    • Much of this travel is businessmen and women jetting around the world to meetings.
    • The IMF and the World Bank find him a ridiculous figure, jetting around the world while his people starve.
    • While jetting around the world to meet foreign leaders, he has rarely ventured outside Kabul to meet local ones.
    • He jetted back to Ohio to attend the start of the Browns pre-season training.
    • He jets to Bruce Springsteen concerts, has several luxury cars and collects fossils in prehistoric amber.
    • Another boondoggle for the rich to jet somewhere exotic to gush over their concern for the poor.
    • The Springboks jetted into East London Airport last night.
  • 2

    (spurt)
    salir disparado
    • Blood jetted from the cut, the young man fell down, dead.
    • Black blood jetted from the wound, and Narajao thrashed wildly.
    • In several locations, rivers of mercury flowed from the planet's core, and occasional bursts of exploding methane jetted from the deeper craters.
    • Enemies struck by gunfire don't just fall over backwards; they jet blood like the lawn sprinkler in Hell, then collapse into a heap.
    • The six giant grey cattle thundered along the embankment, their nostrils jetting steam in the cold air of a Hungarian autumn morning.
    • Agitations made her anger spew from her mouth like steam jetting from a teapot's flapping lid.
    • Radiating from the effulgences, water jetted from the blue as fire spurted from the red.
    • Robotic high pressure water jetting also greatly reduces the risks of injury to operations personnel.

There are 2 main translations of jet in Spanish

: jet1jet2

jet2

azabache, n.

Pronunciation /dʒɛt/

noun

  • 1

    Mining azabache masculine
    (color) azabache masculine
    • Saba's eyes shone like stones of black jet as he greedily reached for the beer, downing it in one gulp.
    • He was a dark iron gray with a broad chest and fine quarters, clean limbed with perfect feet, and hoofs as black as jet.
    • Around the girl's neck was a gold choker set with glittering black jet, and on her head sat a gold crown.
    • It appeared, he noticed, almost like a shiny black, like jet, in the artificial orange glow.
    • If it were cold, a jacket would be worn, decorated with jet beads, which could add as much as ten pounds to her clothing.
    • A mouse runs up the side of a sack like a clockwork toy, then suddenly stops dead and watches me with his little eyes like tiny jet beads.
    • Remarkably, the polished jet fastener must have been traded from Whitby in Yorkshire, more than 200 miles away.
    • Here, beads or pendants of jet or similar materials have been found beside beads of amber, faience, bone, wood, shell or stone.
    • His short jet-black hair and black trench coat made him almost invisible against the background.
    • One was dressed in black, with long, smooth black hair and equally jet black eyes.
    • The other was really, really tall, with long jet black hair and slanted black eyes.
    • Laura is pale and blonde; Marian has a darker complexion and jet-black hair.
    • That lustrous mane of jet-black hair is steel-grey now, and swept back from his brow.
    • A tall, slender girl with jet-black hair with tan skin and dark, dark brown eyes opened the door.
    • The fairy was about four inches tall and had jet black hair with ice blue eyes and a shimmering white dress with pale blue accents.
    • Spiky jet black hair and shockingly bright blue eyes were only a few of his amazing traits.
    • Cassandra has jet-black hair, shorter than Travis's and almost black eyes with light skin.
    • He had sad neon-blue eyes, a black leather jacket, black boots and jet-black gloves.
    • Spade's jet-black hair was worn into a bun and her black flight suit hugged her curves tightly.
    • He had jet-black messy hair and mysterious black eyes that were hidden behind his glasses.
    • He was about six foot nine with jet black hair and very disturbing black eyes.
    • She was wearing a mauve suit, sharp black heels, and her jet black hair was tied in a bun.
    • Behind it stood a tall, middle aged male in a jet black suit, jet black dress shirt and gray tie.
    • He nodded, a full, thick head of jet black hair framing his face like a B-list Breugel.
    • She is beautiful beyond words, with her jet black hair and white, translucent skin.
    • Harry was small and skinny with brilliant green eyes and jet black hair that was always untidy.
    • Finland must be the only country on earth where natural corngold and silky white line up to dye their hair jet black.
    • Back then, her jet black hair fell to her waist, her panyol heritage obvious in her features.