jet off

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vidüsen (inf)(to nach), jetten (inf)(to nach); she’s jetting off to Spain next weeknächste Woche düst or jettet sie nach Spanien (inf)
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You could jet off for a tropical beach escape to the likes of Cuba, the Dominican Republic or Mexico.
Newcastle United's Fairs Cup winning captain Bob Moncur was joined by Sunderland AFC's 1973 FA Cup Final hero Jim Montgomery, just days before the squads jet off to the US.
The four survivors will then jet off to Sweden to experience the trend for Wallace and John Torode to choose the winner from the five contestants who are left.
This latest star-based travelogue sees Bake Off host Sue jet off to Southeast Asia, where she explores the lives of people who live on the banks of its longest river.
Thomson, the UK-based holiday company, is set to register the busiest month for child-free holidays, as 190,000 'Dinkys' (Dual Income, No Kids Yet) plan to jet off on holiday this September.
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But before they jet off to perform their final dates in Australia, the septet are stopping off at London's Hammersmith Apollo for one night only to take part in an event hosted by Stephen Mulhern.
At these prices, now people can afford to jet off in the lap of luxury to the destination of their choice.
Another 250,000 are set to jet off from Gatwick, 150,000 from Manchester, 124,000 from Stansted, 68,500 from Luton and 62,500 from Birmingham.
Bristolians' head to Spain while Mancunians jet off to Portugal
I would love to win, though, and jet off to America.