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VJ

abbr.
video jockey

VJ

abbreviation for
1. (Professions) video jockey
2. (Nautical Terms) Austral Vaucluse Junior: a type of small yacht

VJ

(ˈviˌdʒeɪ)
1. video jockey.
2. video journalist.
Translations
مُذيع او مُقَدِّم كليبات فيديو
moderátor videových klipů v televizi
VJ
videožokejs
videojokey

VJ

(viː ˈdʒei) noun (abbreviation)
video jockey; a person who introduces video clips of popular music on television.
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