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deejay

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdeejaydee‧jay /ˈdiːdʒeɪ/ noun [countable] informal 🔊 🔊 a disc jockeydeejay verb [intransitive]
Examples from the Corpus
deejayLast year a local deejay spent a month trying to bribe listeners into giving up information about the mysterious runner.One Southern deejay remembers asking a New York label for money to help pay off his insurance.In 1962, the deejay pleaded guilty to two counts of commercial bribery.Foolishly the deejay opted for cash, a one-time deal he still regrets.Winslow wrote, chose the records, and gave the deejay a name, Poppa Stoppa, based on local slang.Instead they offered him another position: training a white deejay to sound black.
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