Jet from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
jet from something
to spurt from something. Water jetted from the broken pipe. A column of water jetted from the top of the fountain.
References in periodicals archive
This is the first time we have observed a jet from
the initial explosion until it slowed and faded," says Tomsick.
It now costs $75,000 or more to buy and transport a fighter jet from
another country, Moore said.
They simply download JET from
our Web server and access our mainframe from their remote locations.