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jet-setting

1. (modifier) Of or pertaining to a group of wealthy individuals who travel globally, especially by private jet, to frequent fashionable resorts and social events. Mark's dream of living the jet-setting life finally came to fruition after he won the lottery.
2. noun The actions or lifestyle of wealthy individuals who travel globally, especially by private jet, to frequent fashionable resorts and social events; such travel in itself. Mark's dream of jet-setting finally came to fruition after he won the lottery.
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Details of his personal excess and jet-setting international lifestyle, including a high-maintenance wife, cost him any sympathy he may have had.
WHEN not jet-setting around the world on expenses, the delightful Kathryn Thomas, presenter of RTE's No Frontiers programme, can now be found behind the wheel of her new Peugeot 307 CC.
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