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re- +‎ jet

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rejet (third-person singular simple present rejets, present participle rejetting, simple past and past participle rejetted)

  1. To change the fuel to air ratio of a carburetor; to replace or adjust a carburetor jet.
    • 1989, Larry Shepard, How to Hot Rod Small-block Mopar Engines[1], page 140:
      As a general rule the four-hole spacer helps torque while the one-hole spacer helps top end. You may have to rejet the carburetor before any gain from the spacer is found, whether it is a one-hole or a four-hole.

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EtymologyEdit

Compare with rejeter (verb) and English reject (verb and noun).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ʁə.ʒɛ/
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NounEdit

rejet m (plural rejets)

  1. reject, thing (especially a graft) that is rejected or thrown away

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