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disc jockeynoun [C]

/ˈdɪsk ˌdʒɑk·i/ abbreviation DJ
someone who plays recorded music on the radio or at a dance, party, or other event
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disc jockeynoun [C]

US also disk jockey uk   /ˈdɪsk ˌdʒɒk.i/ us   /ˈdɪsk ˌdʒɑː.ki/ abbreviation DJ
B1 someone who plays records and talks on the radio or at an event where people dance to recorded popular music, such as a nightclub
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