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Meaning of jetset

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JETSET and also JET SET anglilicism by international upper class, comes from JET, private or war plane powered by turbines based on blades, a term that appeared when commercial aircraft were still propeller and jet was something very exclusive, and SET, set. So JET SET is the group of those who have private jets or an equivalent purchasing power and class of life. He got used to calling personalities from jetset, i.e. the rich and famous: film artists, great musicians and singers, golf stars, football, tennis, basketball, formula 1 and young and famous executives and entrepreneurs. Some synonyms, words or similar expressions can be rich and famous, celebrities


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Aurelio manzano

Jetset is the adjective that is recognized in the class more affluent a society. It comes from the word jet, which means turbine aircraft. These people can travel on a plane of turbines of their property anytime and hence its name.


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JET-SET: Social class international, rich and ostentatious. JET-SETTER: Individual of the jet-set.


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Jorge Luis Tovar Díaz

Jet Set: ( pronounce yet set ) Social group formed by wealthy people who frequents trendy spots and often appears in magazines and social pages of various newspapers.


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