[ dee-jey ]
/ ˈdiˌdʒeɪ /
announcer, broadcaster, reporter, newscaster, talker, anchorperson, communicator, DJ, vj, spieler, veejay
Origin of deejay
First recorded in 1940–45; pronunciation of initials D.J.
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Examples from the Web for deejay
It was a typical day: Amber lined up her digital music with the deejay, then primped in a red-curtained back room.Best Career Arc Ever: From Burlesque To Bartending|Anne Berry|September 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It's always been a dream of mine to deejay in these venues, but you have to be legitimate.
/ (ˈdiːˌdʒeɪ) /
an informal name for disc jockey
Word Origin for deejay
C20: from the initials DJ
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