- To throw overboard or down: a ship jettisoning wastes; a pilot jettisoning aircraft fuel.
- Informal To discard (one thing) as unwanted or burdensome: jettisoned the complete marketing campaign.
- The work of discarding or casting overboard.
- Collectively, things that are or tend to be planning to be ejected from a boat or balloon.
- The action of jettisoning products.
- The putting overboard of products from need, to lighten a vessel at risk of wreck.
- See Jetsam, 1.
- In law, the throwing overboard of products or product, particularly for the purpose of reducing a ship in time of danger or stress.
- To eject from a boat, submarine, plane, spaceship or hot-air balloon, to be able to lighten force.
- To let get or dump as being ineffective or faulty; discard.
- throw since from an airplane
- dispose of, of anything encumbering
- To put overboard, particularly for the goal of easing and conserving a ship with time of risk.
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- To throw overboard or down: a ship jettisoning…
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