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jettison (verb), jettisons; jettisoned; jettisoning
1. To throw something overboard in order to lighten a ship or an aircraft that is in distress: The captain of the passenger plane jettisoned the fuel just before he made an emergency landing.
2. To discard or to get rid of something that is no longer wanted: The principal of the school was jettisoning the old computers and getting new ones before the students were to attend in September.
3. To reject something; such as, an idea or a plan: Mark and Mary decided to jettison their trip this winter because of the terrible weather conditions.
To throw out or to get rid of.
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To discard or to cast off.
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