[ US /ˈdʒuk/ ]
[ UK /dʒˈuːk/ ]
[ UK /dʒˈuːk/ ]
- (football) a deceptive move made by a football player
- a small roadside establishment in the southeastern United States where you can eat and drink and dance to music provided by a jukebox
How To Use juke In A Sentence
- Pubs usually stage karaoke evenings or have jukeboxes churning out the hits.
- The stage was marvellously decorated to look like a shabby pub with its bar stools, spongy seats, Guinness mirrors and jukebox.
- With its wildly outsized fender flares, saucer-eyed round headlamps, squat fuselage, tapering roofline and curiously latent, not-quite-formed rear contours, the Juke looks like a Nissan Murano at the larval stage. Nissan's Jazzy Juke, Imperfect on Purpose
- Everywhere I saw helicopters jukeing and jinking, ducking and dodging.
- As they watched, one of the players shambled over to the jukebox and fed a handful of coins into it.
- Drew - Even casual viewers of The Wire know that the stats are * always* juked. Will the next Atlanta mayor be the "Crime Mayor"? (Blog for Democracy)
- If you went into town, you'd notice all the pubs have loud jukeboxes.
- More than a typical jukebox musical, this charming and sentimental production is sure to make you shed a tear or two. Times, Sunday Times
- The jukeboxes in the bars were ringing with recordings made in Chicago and New York, rich with the promises of new opportunities.
- If you scooted them all a few inches or so this way, you could fit both a pinball machine and a jukebox along that wall.