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disk jockey

and deejay and disc jockey and DJ
n. a radio announcer who introduces music from phonograph records. (see also veejay.) The disk jockey couldn’t pronounce the name of the singing group.
See also: jockey

deejay

verb
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BOTTOM: Jonah and Deejay with their daughter Anuhea.
8FM deejays like Bachant Kaur, Thiruselvi, Somasundaram and Yokanathan also made an appearance at the event to celebrate the radio station s big revamp.
Majikhat, a deejay with a deep love and understanding of EDM who will guide attendees through a night filled with high energy and great memories.
Since the controversy unfolded, a music-based show without a deejay had been playing in "Hot 30's" timeslot.
In it, Deejay spends a couple of sentences telling the peeps of Windham and Salem--his House district, dontcha know: "I will simply say I am sorry.
For sure I've never seen a deejay who looks like her, dresses like her and I'm kind of jealous that my grandmother doesn't dress like that," said Chris Gonzalez.
Owned by greyhound trainer Paul Hennessy, Deejay has triumphed only once over hurdles (in Gowran Park) but looks well enough treated to run a big race on a track which should play to his strengths.
Deejay Dania, one of the most popular DJ's in Lebanon will light the dance floor of Tamanya Terrace at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Media City for its final Pink Paw Party of this season.
But that doesn't curb the unbridled enthusiasm of Stacious, a sultry, curvaceous deejay whose recent single with Mavado, "Come Into My Room," is drawing out fans of both sexes.
DJ Soup, the resident deejay at REHAB nightclub, above the Irish Times in Worcester, likes to keep the crowd on his dance floor jumping, blending a mix of dance music, classic rock and hip-hop from across the genres' spectrums.
The respite sessions allow mum Lisa to spend time with her eight-year-old son Deejay.
Louisans remember the classic battle between WIL and KXOK to dominate the market's young listening audience in the late '50s and early '60s, but the city's first deejay war took place a decade earlier.
At that point, the file is then unlocked and available for use by the deejay In turn, the record companies, which are charged $2,000 by DigiWaxx, receive real-time feedback on their latest product.
WHEN DEEJAY REKHA (Rekha Malhotra) started spinning records more than a decade ago, she was frustrated when told to play either Indian music or hip-hop.
DeeJay Ralph Bartoli from ``Route 66'' will provide music for the 1950s theme dance beginning at 6:30 p.