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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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jockjock /dʒɒk $ dʒɑːk/ noun [countable] informal  1 American EnglishDS someone, especially a student, who plays a lot of sport and is often considered to be stupid2 British EnglishSAN someone from Scotland – sometimes used in an insulting way3 a disc jockey
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jockShe is a jock from a family of jocks, articulate only in that special, odd way that coaches are articulate.If he blows, take him out, put another jock on.I sat there quietly listening, trying to decide what to do with his forced jock talk.The jocks lined up to keep any sympathizers from joining us.
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