jet-setting


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jet set

n.
An international social set made up of wealthy people who travel from one fashionable place to another.

jet′-set′ (jĕt′sĕt′), jet′-set′ting (-sĕt′ĭng) adj.
jet setter n.
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jet-setting

adjective fashionable, rich, sophisticated, trendy (Brit. informal), cosmopolitan, well-off, high-society, ritzy (slang), trendsetting the international jet-setting elite
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jet-setting

[ˈdʒetsetɪŋ] ADJde la jet set (Sp), del jet set (LAm)
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