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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.

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

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.]
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
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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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.

disc jockey

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