Definitions for DJ

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. disk jockey, disc jockey, dj(verb)

    a person who announces and plays popular recorded music

  2. disk-jockey, disc-jockey, DJ(verb)

    comment on music to be played

    "He has a job disk-jockeying on the weekend"

Wiktionary

  1. DJ(Noun)

    disc jockey, deejay

  2. DJ(Noun)

    dinner jacket

  3. DJ(Verb)

    To act as a DJ (disc jockey); to play, cut and mix/blend recorded music.

  4. DJ(ProperNoun)

    Dow Jones & Company

Freebase

  1. DJ

    "DJ" was a single by David Bowie. It was taken from the album Lodger in the UK, being released on 29 June 1979. A cynical comment on the cult of the DJ, the track is noted for Adrian Belew's guitar solo, which was recorded in multiple takes, and then mixed back together for the album track. The single was an edited version, but was still possibly too uncommercial for substantial chart success – it peaked at #29 in the UK, and was not released in other markets. The song was performed live for the first time on Bowie's Outside Tour in 1995.

Anagrams of DJ »

  1. J.D., JD

  2. J.D.

  3. JD


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