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fanjet

or fan jet

[ fan-jet ]
/ ˈfænˌdʒɛt /
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noun

Also called turbofan. a jet engine having a large impeller that takes in air, which is used partly for the combustion of fuel and partly as exhaust.
an airplane having one or more such engines.

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Origin of fanjet

1880–85, in earlier sense; fan1 + jet1
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British Dictionary definitions for fanjet

fanjet
/ (ˈfænˌdʒɛt) /

noun

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