Definition of jet-setter in English:

jet-setter

noun

informal
  • See jet set

    • ‘On her journey through life, she met the jet-setters, the rich and famous, the hustlers, and sometimes allowed her life to be guided by them.’
    • ‘Here, he is portrayed less as the jet-setter so much as a mob boss.’
    • ‘The quintessential jet-setter, Davis was among the dozens carting ball gowns to Europe earlier this month.’
    • ‘The adjustment from jet-setter to armchair traveler is a bit painful.’
    • ‘You might call these illegal aliens jet-setters because they're being flown to cities deep inside Mexico, courtesy of the U.S. taxpayer.’

Pronunciation

jet-setter

/ˈdʒɛtˌsɛdər//ˈjetˌsedər/