There are 3 main translations of jock in Español

: jock1jock2jock3

jock1

disjockey, n.

Pronunciación: /dʒɒk//dʒɑk/

nombre

EEUU
coloquial

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    (disc jockey)
    (masculine and feminine) disjockey
    (masculine and feminine) pinchadiscos España coloquial
    • Are all radio jocks born with that annoying radio jock voice?
    • Dashboard Confessional took the stage to a lot of high-pitched screaming and proceeded to impress even the most ardent of jocks with their acoustic-meets-emo stylings.
    • The blond and the jock were still finishing up their witty repartee while frantic techno music rattled on in the background.
    • Sports talk-radio jocks hammered at the stars for betraying the public trust.
    • How many times have you listened to a sports presenter/commentator/jock - especially a jock - assert this?

There are 3 main translations of jock in Español

: jock1jock2jock3

jock2

Pronunciación: /dʒɒk//dʒɑk/

nombre

  • 1

    • If Cadillac had gotten that handoff, he probably would have scored, but he would have left Allen without another piece of equipment - his jock.
    • He'll put Icy Hot in your jock and anything else.
    • He knew when Sampson was likely to shoot, when he was likely to pass, and when he was likely to adjust his jock.
    • He did that with more style, grace, brilliance and dominance than anyone I saw in more than four decades of talking to people in jocks.
    • They're either putting itchy cream in your jock or Vaseline in your helmet or baby powder inside your clothes.
    • Drafting without Joel was like the ballpark without beer, jocks without straps and Kansas without Todo.
    • I put on my socks, the jock, the shorts, and then the jersey, followed by sweatbands on my left arm and an elbow pad on my right arm.
    • Cutler is no stranger to the brutality of the gridiron, having strapped on a jock and shoulder pads during his salad days as a high-school football player.
    • Bobby Butler, one of the cornerbacks you chose for Atlanta's team, couldn't carry his jock.
    • They also more frequently used hip checks to dislodge rushers from their jocks.
    • He faked Penny out of his jock, drove baseline and threw down a two-handed dunk.
    • Young amateurs like the shorts, too, even though they cost about twice as much as jocks.
    • When a man dancing in a jock is the prize, that makes you want to prove that there are limits to what a team can do.
  • 2EEUU

    (athlete, sportsman)
    deportista masculino
    • There were cheerleaders, football players, other jocks, other girls who looked like they could be cheerleaders.
    • That's right, my brother is not only a jock, he's a smart jock.
    • Directly in front of me, a round lunch table was surrounded by a group of guys, all either athletes and jocks, or just popular boys.
    • ‘This frat is mostly joined by jocks,’ Tara announced, sounding like a tour guide.
    • The movie spec suggests macho, testosterone-soaked fare that will appeal only to sports jocks.
    • Jocks don't necessarily just hang out with jocks.
    • Each jock was questioned about what he had done just previous to riding the race.
    • Several of the other jocks in the room snickered, apparently finding his question most hilarious.
    • You can just hear him, a couple years from now: ‘All jocks think about is sports.’
    • 80s movies aside, the truth is that when jocks and nerds collide the jocks pretty much almost always win.
    • Yet in some high schools, Straight Edgers have as much of a presence as say, the jocks or the Goth kids.
    • ‘Yes I don't want them thinking I am in anyway like those shallow minded jocks and jock goddesses’.
    • He was yanked into an all guy group of basketball jocks and football jocks.
    • It is pure snobbery to loom at athletes as ‘dumb jocks.’
    • I spent that entire summer at a fat camp where I lost 75 pounds and became an athletic jock.
    • The fraternity brothers were all football jocks and basketball stars.
    • So you end up in a study group with a bunch of jocks and your erstwhile friend says, ‘I hate jocks now.’
    • ‘Many people considered athletes dumb jocks, and I wanted to break loose from that barrier,’ he recalls.
    • They don't move, they speak like they're afraid to be up there, and the audience is all jocks waiting to see cute chicks.
    • Jocks were jocks, after all, and the bigger they were, the more invincible they acted.

There are 3 main translations of jock in Español

: jock1jock2jock3

jock3

piloto, n.

Pronunciación: /dʒɒk//dʒɑk/

nombre

EEUU
coloquial

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    (masculine and feminine) (pilot) piloto
    (masculine and feminine) (astronaut) astronauta
    • And keep in mind, these are Air Force fighter jocks - some of the most respected, and feared, military officers in the world.
    • In their other lives, some are commercial pilots, ex-military jocks, suits with office jobs.
    • Curiously, Will argues in favor of making pilots - even Air Force fighter jocks - wear bow ties.
    • Fighter jocks are what the Air Force is all about.

There are 3 main translations of jock in Español

: jock1jock2jock3

Jock

escocés, n.

Pronunciación: /dʒɑk//dʒɒk/

nombre

Britanico
despectivo, argot

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    (Scotsman)
    escocés masculino