Similar words: pettish, setting, vetting, prison, poison, forgetting, liaison, benison. Meaning: ['dʒetɪsn] v. 1. throw away, of something encumbering 2. throw as from an airplane.
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1. We've had to jettison our holiday plans because of David's accident.
2. The captain was forced to jettison the cargo and make an emergency landing.
3. When the time came to jettison the launch escape tower and the boost cover the charges would fire, breaking the bolts.
4. Can you jettison cargo aft to refloat?
5. MV Red Rose will jettison cargo to refloat.
6. Should NASA jettison the shuttle and station right away?
7. All right, Skull Squadron, jettison Synchro Cannon modules immediately.
8. Repeat, jettison Synchro Cannon modules immediately.
9. Sometimes you need to jettison unhealthy cargo.
10. We jettison an unworkable plan.
11. Can you jettison cargo forward to refloat?
12. No jettison of cargo shall be made good as general average, unless such cargo is carried in accordance with the recognised custom of the trade.
13. It was Mr Pinault senior who decided to jettison its European operations and focus on Africa.
14. Elsewhere activist shareholders have got firms to jettison assets or cut managers'pay.
15. Not content simply to jettison its stodgy image on the racks,(sentencedict.com) Burberry has also been digitally savvy.
16. Another potential disaster area is the canopy locking and jettison arrangements.
17. Since career development is mandated by state and federal categorical funds, the program is impossible to jettison.
18. Barclays Capital and CIBC joined the long list of lenders to jettison senior investment bankers.
19. The first place to start may be helping your coworkers jettison unpleasant tasks from their plates.
20. A city alderman who lives nearby found a technical reason to jettison the sign.
21. The testing, which began in June 2007[sentencedict.com/jettison.html], put the MALD through a series of flight profiles including jettison and powered flight tests from both F-16 and B-52 aircraft.
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