disc jockey

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disc jockey

also disk jockey
n.
1. An announcer who presents and comments on popular recorded music, especially on the radio.
2. A turntablist.
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disc jockey

n
(Pop Music) a person who announces and plays recorded music, esp pop music, on a radio programme, etc. Abbreviation: DJ or Abbreviationdj
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disc′

(or disk′) jock`ey


n.
a person who selects, plays, and often comments on recorded music, as on a radio program or at a discotheque. Abbr.: DJ
[1940–45, Amer.]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.disc jockey - a person who announces and plays popular recorded musicdisc jockey - a person who announces and plays popular recorded music
broadcaster - someone who broadcasts on radio or television
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Translations
diskžokej
djdisc jockey
tiskijukka
disk džokej
plötusnúîur
ディスクジョッキー
디스크 자키
diskdžokej
diskjockey
ผู้จัดรายการดนตรีแผ่นเสียง
disk jokeyplâk sunucusu
nhân viên DJ

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disc jockey

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Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

disc,

disk

(disk) noun
1. a flat, thin, circular object. From the earth, the full moon looks like a silver disc.
2. a gramophone/phonograph record or compact disc.
3. in computing, a disc-shaped file.
disc jockey abbreviation ( DJ)
a person who presents a programme of music (usually pop-music) on the radio etc from records or discs.
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disc jockey

دي جي - مُقَدِّمُ الأَغَانِي الـمُسَجَّلَة diskžokej dj Discjockey ντισκ τζόκεϊ disc jockey tiskijukka DJ disk džokej disck jockey ディスクジョッキー 디스크 자키 diskjockey disc jockey dyskdżokej disc jockey диск-жокей diskjockey ผู้จัดรายการดนตรีแผ่นเสียง disk jokey nhân viên DJ 唱片骑师
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This year's show will also feature the Sample Music Festival, a free, dedicated event with showcase and experience zone sessions for disc jockeying, turntable expertise, control magic and live sampling for disc jockeys, music producers and audio gurus.
He opened the Greek Plough, a place the Echo described as: "Where one can listen to top disc jockeys play popular music, dine in comfort being served by beautiful waitresses or simply dance.
Disc Jockeys that performed at the event were D J Bammy D, Lolly P, Mystic, Talkertive and Diamond.
It was supposed to be a warm-up exercise for the main event in May, but their artistic skills were in full display, as prominent Ghanaian Disc Jockeys (DJs) entertained their audience at Melcom Plus, North Kaneshie, in Accra.
The winner of this competition will be representing India in the next year's Global Queen of Mashup Championships - an exclusive contest for world's top female disc jockeys.
AFTER facing a major crackdown by the police in hotels and pubs, Nigerian drug peddlers are now reaching out to their customers with the help of disc jockeys in Delhi and the National Capital Region.
Organised by Titan Events, the competition will be held over two nights when disc jockeys will belt out hit tracks and reA[degrees]mixes in an effort to win the audienA[degrees] ces' hearts and votes.
ONE of Huddersfield's first mobile disc jockeys, Malcolm Schofield, has died.
Two Australian radio disc jockeys impersonating Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles placed a prank call to the hospital early Tuesday, and persuaded an unwitting nurse to tell them all about the Duchess' condition.
Although there are several types of disc jockeys, club DJs who select and play music in nightclubs and at wedding parties or raves are the most common in Kurdistan.
ON THE subject of the Beeb, one of my biggest gripes is always how local radio disc jockeys get away with shamelessly forcing their drivel down my earholes by hijacking the travel bulletins.
In his analysis of Christianity as a metalanguage used by three disc jockeys to promote unity and inclusion of all residents despite ethnic, age, gender, and class affiliations, Francio Guadeloupe offers a rose-colored understanding of racial relations in St.