• WordNet 3.6
    • n turbojet a jet engine in which a fan driven by a turbine provides extra air to the burner and gives extra thrust
    • n turbojet an airplane propelled by a fanjet engine
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In literature:

He brought the unicopter down quickly, with a rush of air and a whine of turbojets.
"Home is Where You Left It" by Adam Chase

In news:

The airplane is a Gulfstream V turbojet, the sort favored by CEOs and celebrities.
Engines one BMW 003 turbojet.
The ME 262 holds the distinction as the first turbojet aircraft to ever fly in combat.
S.t Rolls-Royce Spey turbojet PERFORMANCE: Top mph 601.
(152-mm) cores for compatibility with the HP Turbojet series printers.
The new TR-3 turbojet shown at the Safran stand (Hall 4/B12) is the smallest yet to be developed and put into production by Microturbo (one of Safran's subsidiary companies).
Nitrex Metal received an order from China's Xi'An Aero-Engine Group, a manufacturer of turbojet and turbofan engines and gas turbines.
At the time, the plane 's pilot reported losing the ability to steer the twin-engine turbojet.