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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Home to world-class fishing and championship golf, this is destination for the more adventurous jet-setter looking to maximise their time during that long weekend getaway.
A source said: "Becky sees herself as a Footballers' Wives-style jet-setter and is giving Coleen a real run."
Welsh says the book unfolds after a chance encounter between Renton, now an "international jet-setter" managing DJs and reinvented artist Begbie.
His itinerary looked like that of a jet-setter: Macau, Brisbane and Belfast.
4FOR River Island brown faux suede borg collar biker jacket, PS85, riverisland.com THE JET-SETTER...
SUPERMODEL Gigi Hadid recently unveiled her new Maybelline collection and she reveals that she created her 'whole face in one product' Jet-setter palette, PS29.99, for selfish purposes.
ED DUNLOP'S international jet-setter Red Cadeaux could take his career prize-money close to the PS5 million mark tomorrow when he runs in the Group 1 Australian Cup over a mile and a quarter at Flemington.
Having no time for family or emotional ties, he finally meets his match in fellow jet-setter Alex (Vera Farmiga) - just as his company decides to trial a new system that means he will have to break the news of redundancies by computer, forcing him to adjust to a life on the ground.
Ivanka Trump, the company executive vice president of development and acquisitions for The Trump Organisation, said 'Trump SoHo is ideal for the sophisticated jet-setter or frequent New York visitor looking for a place in the best downtown neighbourhood in the City.
The popular perception of his wife, Rania, as a glamorous jet-setter wasn't really helping matters, either.