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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishderbyder‧by /ˈdɑːbi $ ˈdɜːrbi/ noun (plural derbies) [countable]  1 Derby2 British EnglishDS a sports match between two teams from the same area or city3 DCC especially American English a man’s hard round hat that is usually black syn bowler British English4 DSa particular type of race or competition a donkey derby
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derbyTony Rich, wearing a fleece-trimmed black jacket with black satin pants and a derby.Hillsborough is a great stadium to be in when it's almost full and you've got a barnstorming derby to watch.Dustbin derby: Schools throughout Langbaurgh are competing for Telethon's dustbin derby by collecting plastic bags for recycling.Despite the pressure of tomorrow's Sun local derby against Roma, Gazza has managed to retain his outrageous sense of humour.Portadown won the local derby against Armagh 20-6 yesterday and will be thankful for another home draw.All you have to do is answer two simple questions linked with Merseyside derbies.a roller derbyWard suffered a compound fracture of the left leg in Good Friday's derby match at Wigan.Armstrong hasn't trained since an elbow in the face from Curtis Fleming in the derby win over Middlesbrough.