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jockey US English

A person who rides in horse races, especially as a profession

jockey US Thesaurus

legendary jockey Willie Shoemaker won his first horse race when he was 17

desk jockey US English

A person who works at a desk; an office worker

disc jockey US English

A person who introduces and plays recorded popular music, especially on radio or at a disco

Flat jockey US English

A jockey who rides in horse races over courses with no jumps

jockey cap US English

A strengthened cap with a long visor of a kind worn by jockeys

Jockey Club US English

An organization whose stewards are the central authority for the administration of horse racing in Britain. It was founded in 1750

jump jockey US English

A jockey who rides in steeplechases

pump jockey US English

A service station attendant

disc jockey New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words; abbreviation DJ)

jockey shorts US English

Men’s close-fitting underpants with a short leg

radio jockey US English

A radio presenter or disc jockey

video jockey US English

A person who introduces and plays music videos for a broadcast, party, or other entertainment

disk jockey in disc jockey US English

A person who introduces and plays recorded popular music, especially on radio or at a disco

Jockey shorts in jockey shorts US English

Men’s close-fitting underpants with a short leg