Definitions

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  • v. comment on music to be played

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Ramin Rahimian for The Wall Street Journal Today, the shuttered sign factory holds nine bedrooms and a recording studio, disk-jockey station and central gathering space, with a second-story deck and jungle gym.

    Warehouse Living

  • Today, it holds nine bedrooms and a recording studio, disk-jockey station and central gathering space, complete with a second-story deck and jungle gym.

    Group Residences, With an Industrial Twist

  • In 1986, the novelist James Robert Baker had a disk-jockey character say: This is Scott Cochran, macho superstud, male feminist and untreatable schizophrenic.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Here our heroine, Tracy Turnblad Kate Moyer, an overweight high schooler, is a passionate fan of an afternoon TV disk-jockey program featuring pretty, white, slender teenagers dancing to "black" music.

    The Seattle Times

  • Limbaugh, drop out of college, drift from job to job as a disk-jockey, avoid the Vietnam draft (with a medical issue that didn't keep your father out of WWII), get married and divorced 3 times, become addicted to drugs ...

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

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