jet-setter


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jet-setter

[ˈdʒetˌsetəʳ] Nmiembro mf de la jet set (Sp), miembro mf del jet set (LAm)

jet-setter

[ˈdʒɛtˌsɛtəʳ] nmembro del jet set
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