Definition of Jedi in English:

Jedi

Syllabification: Jed·i
Pronunciation: /ˈjedˌī
 
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(also Jedi knight or Jedi warrior)

noun (plural same or Jedis)

1A member of the mystical knightly order in the Star Wars films, trained to guard peace and justice in the universe.
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  • The Jedi are primarily mystical, though they can, of course, deploy their knowledge of Right to achieve intellectual understanding.
  • They were all but exterminated by the Jedi a thousand years ago, but the evil order continued in secrecy.
  • The Jedi are stretched to the limit trying to keep peace and order in the galaxy.
1.1Anyone with special privileges or supernormal powers reminiscent of a Jedi: these guys hang out in places mere mortal lobbyists who were not Jedi warriors cannot go
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  • True Jedi know that all power comes ultimately from within, and so it is within ourselves that we must look if we are to prevail.
  • Through your decisions, you may become either a light-side or dark-side Jedi.
  • Within five minutes all twenty-four of us Jedi were standing in the Council room waiting instructions.

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