Campeonato de DJs
1 Brit. dinner-jacket.
2 disc jockey.
man's short usu. black formal jacket for evening wear
The Oxford English Reference Dictionary, © Oxford University Press 1996
"This set-up occured in 904, at the annual Championships at Borphee. Veldran of Aragain and BoBo the Somewhat Misguided played (respectively) North and Up, challenging Hobart the Unmerciful and Snuffie (playing Southwest and East). Since the SW-E team...From your title, the program may deduce your gender and respond accordingly throughout the story. If you're a woman, you have a gown to put on for dinner. A man's suitcase will contain a dinner jacket.
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In general, the influence is lexical, especially in the borrowing and adaptation of technical and sporting terms. Many of these borrowings are accepted only grudgingly or until more Hispanicized equivalents are coined. Not all are current in all dialects, but are clearly favoured in contact dialects. Some expressions are borrowings, either unadapted or adapted, while others are Anglicisms in a more general sense: loan shifts resulting from English influence in the usage of traditional Spanish words, often cognates of English Romance-derived words. Examples of borrowings are: (in sport) boxeo boxing, boxear to box, nocaut a knockout, noquear to knock out, jonrón a home run, jonronear to make a home run, fútbol, criquet, basquetbol; (culinary) cake/queque a cake, panqueques pancakes, (miel)maple maple syrup, bistec a beefsteak, cóctel a cocktail, hamburguesa, a hamburger; (in politics) agenda, boicot a boycott, boicotear to boycott, cartel, detective; (in general usage) bus, camuflaje, esmoking a dinner jacket, tuxedo, esnob a snob, esnobismo snobbery, jazz, jet, microchip, parquear to park, troca a truck.
The Oxford Companion to the English Language, © Tom McArthur 1992
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