jettison

[v] - throw away, of something encumbering 2. [v] - throw as from an airplane
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Jettison

Jet'ti·son noun [ See Jetsam .] 1. (Mar. Law) The throwing overboard of goods from necessity, in order to lighten a vessel in danger of wreck. 2. See Jetsam , 1.
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jettison

verb throw as from an airplane
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jettison

verb throw away, of something encumbering
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Jettison

• (n.) The throwing overboard of goods from necessity, in order to lighten a vessel in danger of wreck. • (n.) See Jetsam, 1.
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Jettison

To throw overboard.
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jettison

jettison (jet'usun, –zun) [O.Fr.,=throwing], in maritime law, casting all or part of a ship's cargo overboard to lighten the vessel or to meet some danger, such as fire. Such cargo, when found later, is known as jetsam (see flotsam, jetsam, and ligan). The master of the ship has the absolu...
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JETTISON

Voluntary dumping either of cargo or of ship's material or stores overboard, to protect other property from a common danger.
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