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DJ 1

 (dē′jā′)
n.
1. A disc jockey.
2. A turntablist.
v. DJ'ed, DJ'·ing, DJ's
v.tr.
To act as a DJ at (a social gathering or radio station).
v.intr.
To act as a DJ.

DJ 2

abbr.
1. district judge
2. Latin Doctor Juris (Doctor of Law)

dj

abbr.
dust jacket

dj

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Djibouti

DJ

or

dj

abbreviation for
1. (Pop Music) disc jockey
2. (Clothing & Fashion) dinner jacket

D.J.

1. Also, DJ (ˈdiˌdʒeɪ) disc jockey.
2. District Judge.
3. Doctor of Law.
[< Latin Doctor Jūris]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.DJ - a person who announces and plays popular recorded musicdj - a person who announces and plays popular recorded music
broadcaster - someone who broadcasts on radio or television
Verb1.DJ - comment on music to be played; "He has a job disk-jockeying on the weekend"
comment - explain or interpret something
Translations
دي جيهمُذيع الأسْطُوانات
diskžokejDJ
dj
DJ
DJ
ディスクジョッキー
디스크 자키
didžejs
dídžej
diskdžokej
DJ
ดีเจ
diskjokeyDJ
nhân viên DJ

DJ

A. N ABBR =disc-jockeypinchadiscos mf
B. ABBR =dinner-jacketsmoking m

DJ

[diːˈdʒeɪ] n abbr =disc jockeydisc jockey m/f inv

DJ

(ˌdiː ˈdʒei) abbreviation
disc jockey.

DJ

دي جيه DJ dj DJ Ντι Τζέι DJ DJ DJ DJ DJ ディスクジョッキー 디스크 자키 deejay DJ DJ DJ ди-джей DJ ดีเจ DJ nhân viên DJ 唱片骑师
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The man with the answers to all these questions is Dave Haslam, a major force from the Manchester music scene and someone who DJ'd nearly 500 times at the famous Hacienda nightclub.
From there began doing disco edits and dj'd at clubs like Le Baron.
Spencer, 27, revealed his new take on love as Vogue, 31, DJ'd at the launch party of D&D's club brunch at Madison Roof-top in London.
Tim, a guitarist who is in several bands and has had his work appear on a host of top US TV shows, DJ'd at the club when it was in its 00s heyday.
Trendy Palermo has small boutique hotels like the Fierro, known for its gourmand-friendly atmosphere, and Home, with its cozy spa, grassy backyard pool, and DJ'd lobby bar.
In Ph03nix Rising: The Mogya Project, a performance for the exhibition, the artist DJ'd highlife and Afrobeat songs mixed with recordings from a wide range of West African communities.
Two classical singers took to the roof to serenade the bride and after the wedding, Mr Fox DJ'd and whipped the crowd up.
He went on to say, "McHale DJ'd our shoot from his iPhone, stopping the production after every song to handpick the next.
He stocked the truck with music connected to that part of the country (he also DJ'd a radio show of Americana music).
I think I can say that I've never DJ'd on a Wednesday morning before - it's a whole new experience I'm really looking forward to.