Definition of 'disc jockey'
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Translations for 'disc jockey'
British English: disc jockey /dɪsk ˈdʒɒkɪ/ NOUN
A disc jockey is someone who plays and introduces pop records on the radio or at a club.
- American English: disc jockey
- Arabic: دي جي - مُقَدِّمُ الأَغَانِي الـمُسَجَّلَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: disc jockey
- Chinese: 唱片骑师
- Croatian: disk džokej
- Czech: diskžokej
- Danish: dj
- Dutch: diskjockey
- European Spanish: disc jockey
- Finnish: tiskijukka
- French: DJ
- German: Discjockey
- Greek: ντισκ τζόκεϊ
- Italian: disck jockey
- Japanese: ディスクジョッキー
- Korean: 디스크 자키
- Norwegian: disc jockey
- Polish: dyskdżokej
- European Portuguese: disc jockey
- Romanian: disc jockey
- Russian: диск-жокей
- Spanish: disc jockey
- Swedish: diskjockey
- Thai: ผู้จัดรายการดนตรีแผ่นเสียง
- Turkish: disk jokey
- Ukrainian: диск-жокей
- Vietnamese: nhân viên DJ
Definition of disc jockey from the Collins English Dictionary
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