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Explanation: A "jock" is usually a serious athlete or a member of a sports team. However, it may be applied to someone who takes something very seriously and spends a lot of time participating in it, such as a "shock jock" ( a radio personality who is vulgar).
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Explanation: En las traducciones en español he visto que usan la palabra "disjokey", aunque yo preferiría conservar la forma DJ. En este caso son los "DJ roqueros", al igual que hay "DJ latinos", etc.
Rita Damo United Kingdom Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in pair: 207
Gracias otra vez. Estaba buscando una confirmacion, porque utilizan diferentes terminos para lo mismo.
Explanation: Without further context, one can't see if the phrase is talking about a jock, which is slang for an athlete, often with connotations of low intelligence and large muscles. It could also be a discjockey who likes rock in preference to jazz, classical or some other musical store. I would like to see more context.
esping United States Local time: 14:34 PRO pts in pair: 9