Definition of 'jockey'
Example sentences containing 'jockey'
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It was also refreshing to see so many trainers and jockeys getting involved in the activities. The Sun (2016)The young jockeys compete for all sorts of reasons. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The jockey gets all the praise. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The key thing is getting the right jockey, who knows how to get round. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For an owner, trainer or jockey their dreams are alive at this time of year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All the jockeys, trainers and owners should be involved. The Sun (2016)The new course got a good reaction from jockeys and trainers. The Sun (2006)Why would anyone want to be a horse racing jockey? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Why does the jockey get the praise? The Sun (2012)They put a lot of trust in young jockeys. The Sun (2013)This has not been a great month for the former champion jockey. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Overnight both horse and jockey became deserved celebrities. The Sun (2009)My editor told me to get a top jockey to defend the course. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He was a legendary figure to the young jockeys. The Sun (2013)It is amazing how he has adapted to being a top Flat jockey. The Sun (2014)This year will bring his nineteenth successive jockeys' championship. Times, Sunday Times (2014)For both jockey and trainer, this was a first taste of group one glory. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The fact that there was no outright winner of the jockeys' championship mattered not a jot. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Classy, represents champion trainer and top jockey. Times, Sunday Times (2009)By the time they had finally got round to abandon it, half the jockeys had already gone home. The Sun (2009)Is jockey power taking over terrestrial TV racing? The Sun (2008)Being second jockey there is fine when the horses are in form but obviously I'd like to be a stable jockey somewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'jockey'
British English: jockey /ˈdʒɒkɪ/ NOUN
A jockey is someone who rides a horse in a race.
- American English: jockey
- Arabic: جُوكِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: jóquei
- Chinese: 赛马骑师
- Croatian: džokej
- Czech: žokej
- Danish: jockey
- Dutch: jockey
- European Spanish: jinete
- Finnish: kilparatsastaja
- French: jockey
- German: Rennreiter
- Greek: τζόκεϊ
- Italian: fantino
- Japanese: 競馬騎手
- Korean: 경마 기수
- Norwegian: jockey
- Polish: dżokej
- European Portuguese: jóquei
- Romanian: jocheu
- Russian: жокей
- Spanish: jinete
- Swedish: jockey
- Thai: คนขี่ม้าแข่ง
- Turkish: jokey
- Ukrainian: жокей
- Vietnamese: người cưỡi ngựa đua
Definition of jockey from the Collins English Dictionary
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