noun, plural je·tés [zhuh-teyz; French zhuh-tey] /ʒəˈteɪz; French ʒəˈteɪ/. Ballet.
Origin of jeté
Examples from the Web for jete
I had seen him once or twice before, in the street and on the Jete.
Next day, when she was sitting with Mrs. Uxeley and a couple of friends on the Jete, she seemed to see the same thing again.
He was polite but kept a courteous distance when he joined the two ladies for a moment in the gardens or on the Jete.
In the afternoon she drove out, alighted at the Jete, paid her visits.
British Dictionary definitions for jete
Word Origin for jeté
Word Origin and History for jete
ballet step, 1830, from French (pas) jeté, from past participle of jeter "to throw" (see jet (v.)).