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jet-setting

1. adjective 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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8 Kyodo Malaysia's outspoken Minister of International Trade and Industry Rafidah Aziz on Thursday defended Malaysia's decision to impose currency controls, saying the measures have boosted trade and discouraged the ''jet-setting capital'' blamed for leaving Asian markets in shambles.
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Talley's account of his life in fashion, from his childhood in Durham, N.C., spending hours cutting pictures out of the pages of Vogue, to his later jet-setting career helping to create that same magazine, is surprisingly reserved.
Volochkova seemed more at home as the Black Swan, though it was obvious that her jet-setting lifestyle is depriving her of her Russian teachers' careful nurturing.
Duterte discussed the unnamed official's jet-setting ways as he recalled that he had fired administration officials for alleged corruption.
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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.