There are 4 main translations of jock in Spanish:

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jock 1

American English: /dʒɑk/
British English: /dʒɒk/

noun

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There are 4 main translations of jock in Spanish:

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jock 2
American English: /dʒɑk/
British English: /dʒɒk/

noun

[colloquial]
  • 1jockstrap
    Example sentences
    • They also more frequently used hip checks to dislodge rushers from their jocks.
    • Cutler is no stranger to the brutality of the gridiron, having strapped on a jock and shoulder pads during his salad days as a high-school football player.
    • I put on my socks, the jock, the shorts, and then the jersey, followed by sweatbands on my left arm and an elbow pad on my right arm.
  • 2 (athlete, sportsman)
    (American English)
    Example sentences
    • It is pure snobbery to loom at athletes as ‘dumb jocks.’
    • ‘Many people considered athletes dumb jocks, and I wanted to break loose from that barrier,’ he recalls.
    • Directly in front of me, a round lunch table was surrounded by a group of guys, all either athletes and jocks, or just popular boys.

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jock 3
American English: /dʒɑk/
British English: /dʒɒk/

noun

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Jock
American English: /dʒɑk/
British English: /dʒɒk/

noun

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