[ US /ˈdiˈdʒeɪ/ ]
comment on music to be played
He has a job disk-jockeying on the weekend
- a person who announces and plays popular recorded music
How To Use DJ In A Sentence
- He adjusts the focus of the Carl Zeiss 120 mm macro lens, which allows him to work very close up.
- He saluted and adjusted his large round wire rimmed glasses.
- -- _More beautiful, most beautiful_, etc. can hardly be called degree forms of the adjective. Higher Lessons in English A work on english grammar and composition
- Adjacent to the restaurant is a bar, which is well stocked with an assortment of alcoholic beverages and non-alcoholic drinks.
- Investigations indicated the fire started from a temporary storehouse at the building's rear adjacent to a boiler room.
- Sometimes he is also assisted by an adjunct who will later represent him during absences.
- Among the refinements are five-way adjustable shocks, stiffer springs and a beefier antiroll bar lacing the rear end. A Boss on the Road With a Peon's Interior
- Otherwise an adjective is attached, as in “temporary”. Matthew Yglesias » Stimulus Hypocrites Say ARRA Doesn’t Create Jobs, Try to Nab ARRA Jobs for Themselves
- He's got a good ability to adapt and adjust. Times, Sunday Times
- I swallowed my tears and washed my face in the small sink in the adjacent lavatory.