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jet off

To fly somewhere. Those celebrities can just jet off to Europe whenever they want. Must be nice.
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jet off

v.
To depart and travel by airplane: They jetted off to Los Angeles for the weekend.
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[USA], July 24 (ANI): Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo have jetted off to Mexico to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary.
Dunblane football ace Fiona Brown was part of the Scotland team that jetted off to theWorld Cup this week.
By HELEN JOHNSON A NEW 'cruise only' direct flight to Malaysia has jetted off from Manchester Airport.
Roz & Zach beat the blues Roz Purcell and her boyfriend Zach Desmond have jetted off to Italy for a romantic trip away to beat the post-summer blues.
For the Holy Week break, Claudia Barretto jetted off to Italy for some adventure.
Twenty-five Emirati students from the Institute of Applied Technology (IAT) have jetted off to the United States to spend a week training at the NASA Space Centre in Houston.
Friends Sophie Knight, from Knowle, and Amy McEvilly, from Dorridge, both aged 22, were among those who jetted off on Monday without their suitcases.
DAVID HAYE jetted off to "warmer climates" without a care in the world yesterday as German police admitted their hands are tied for up to a fortnight as they try to track him down.
David Haye has jetted off to "warmer climates", with German police admitting their hands are tied for up to a fortnight as they try to track him down.
SARAH Harding and Tom Crane have jetted off on a secret "make-or-break" holiday to talk about their future as a couple.
A COVENTRY University worker has jetted off for a week of Spanish sunshine after winning a charity raffle held by the RSPCA.
SIENNA MILLER has jetted off to the States to be reunited with Jude Law after getting a second transatlantic ticking-off from her fiancee.
POOL: Dudley star Rob Chilton jetted off on holiday last night with pounds 3,000 extra spending money in his back pocket.