Jetton Jet"ton, n. [F. jeton.] A metal counter used in playing cards. [1913 Webster]

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  • jetton — Jetton. s. m. Piece de metal, d ivoire, de carte &c. ordinairement ronde dont on se sert à jetter ou calculer. Jettons de cuivre. jettons d argent. jettons d or. jettons d ivoire. faire faire des jettons. une bourse de jettons. jetter avec le… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • jetton — /jet n/, n. an inscribed counter or token. [1755 65; < F jeton, equiv. to jet(er) to throw, cast up (accounts), reckon (see JET1) + on n. suffix] * * * …   Universalium

  • jetton — ● n. m. ►ORTH Orthographe incorrecte pour jeton …   Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone

  • jetton — jet·ton || dÊ’etn n. token; chip (in card playing); counter …   English contemporary dictionary

  • jetton — [ dʒɛt(ə)n] noun a counter or token used as a gambling chip or to operate slot machines. Origin C18: from Fr. jeton, from jeter throw, add up accounts (see jet1); so named because the term was formerly used in accounting …   English new terms dictionary

  • jetton — n. a counter with a stamped or engraved design esp. for insertion like a coin to operate a machine etc. Etymology: F jeton f. jeter throw, add up accounts: see JET(1) …   Useful english dictionary

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