jockey

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To ride (a horse) in a race
An operator of some machinery or apparatus
To cheat or trick
To maneuver (something) by skill for one's advantage
One who rides racehorses competitively
{v} to cheat, trick, cast, deceive, jostle
to maneuver (something) by skill for ones advantage
an operator of some vehicle or machine or apparatus; "he's a truck jockey"; "a computer jockey"; "a disc jockey"
To jostle by riding against one
{f} ride a racehorse; maneuver into a good position; activate, operate
defeat someone in an expectation through trickery or deceit
To play or act the jockey; to cheat
If you say that someone is jockeying for something, you mean that they are using whatever methods they can in order to get it or do it before their competitors can get it or do it. The rival political parties are already jockeying for power Already, both sides are jockeying to belittle the other side. If someone is jockeying for position, they are using whatever methods they can in order to get into a better position than their rivals. someone who rides horses in races (Jockey, Scottish male name, from John). to compete strongly to get into the best position or situation, or to get the most power jockey for
compete (for an advantage or a position)
A dealer in horses; a horse trader
ride a race-horse as a professional jockey compete (for an advantage or a position)
{i} one who rides horses in horse races; (Slang) one who operates or controls something (i.e. computer or vehicle)
" To jostle by riding against one
ride a race-horse as a professional jockey
someone employed to ride horses in horse races an operator of some vehicle or machine or apparatus; "he's a truck jockey"; "a computer jockey"; "a disc jockey"
someone employed to ride horses in horse races
A cheat; one given to sharp practice in trade
To play the jockey toward; to cheat; to trick; to impose upon in trade; as, to jockey a customer
" To play the jockey toward; to cheat; to trick; to impose upon in trade; as, to jockey a customer
A professional rider of horses in races
A jockey is someone who rides a horse in a race
jockey strap
jockstrap
jockey straps
plural form of jockey strap
Jockey Club
the organization in charge of horse racing in the UK. Some other countries also have a Jockey Club
Jockey shorts
{i} trademark of short and close-fitting underwear, trade name of briefs
jockey club
a club to promote and regulate horse racing
jockey shorts
Jockey shorts are a type of men's underpants. a type of men's cotton underwear that fits very tightly
bench jockey
A player, coach or manager who verbally annoys and distracts opposition players and umpires from his team's dugout bench
bike jockey straps
plural form of bike jockey strap
booze jockey
an alcoholic
desk jockey
One who spends his or her time seated at a desk; especially one who is more concerned with procedure, paperwork, or administration than with its ultimate goal or practical consequence

The production manager was annoyed because some desk jockey in the main office reassigned her staff without even consulting her.

disc jockey
A person who plays and mixes music, usually pre-recorded, at nightclubs, over the radio, and/or as a backup musician for spoken word, or hip hop performers. Abbreviated as DJ or deejay
disk jockey
A person who selects and plays recorded music at an entertainment event or nightclub. Abbreviated DJ or deejay
knob jockey
A male homosexual
knob-jockey
Attributive form of knob jockey, noun
radio jockey
A disk jockey who hosts a radio talk show
suicide jockey
A semi-trailer driver pulling a tanker trailer with gasoline or other explosive or hazardous substance
video jockey
A person who selects, or plays music videos either on television or at a disco
camel jockey
(deyim) (derogatory) Anyone from the Middle East
sausage jockey
A homosexual male. Derog. [1990s]
disc jockey
disc jock·ey disc jockeys in AM, also use disk jockey A disc jockey is someone who plays and introduces CDs on the radio or at a disco. = DJ. An announcer who presents and comments on popular recorded music, especially on the radio; a DJ. DJ someone whose job is to play the music on a radio show or in a club where you can dance. Person who plays recorded music on radio or television or at a nightclub or other live venue. Disc jockey programs became the economic base of many radio stations in the U.S. after World War II. The format generally involves one person, the disc jockey, introducing and playing phonograph records and chatting informally, usually extemporaneously, in the intervals. Because popular DJs are in a position to influence public tastes, record companies have sometimes attempted to bribe them with money and gifts, known as "payola
disc jockey
one who conducts a radio program of recorded music
disc jockey
a person who announces and plays popular recorded music
disk jockey
a person who announces and plays popular recorded music
disk jockey
{i} host of a popular music radio station who plays musical selections and provides commentary
disk jockey
see disc jockey. Variant of disc jockey
disk-jockey
comment on music to be played; "He has a job diskjockeying on the weekend
jockeyed
past of jockey
jockeying
The act or management of one who jockeys; trickery
jockeying
present participle of jockey
jockeys
plural of jockey
jockeys
third-person singular of jockey
jump jockey
A jump jockey is someone who rides horses in races such as steeplechases, where the horses have to jump over obstacles
video jockey
One who announces, plays, and provides commentary on videotaped programs, especially music videos, as on television or at a discotheque. a VJ
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