noun Etymology: video jockey Date: circa 1981 an announcer of a program (as on television) that features music videos

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  • VeeJay —   [englisch/amerikanisch, viːdʒeɪ], Videojockey …   Universal-Lexikon

  • veejay — 1982, from video, on model of deejay (see DISK (Cf. disk)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • veejay — [vē′jā΄] n. [< v(ideo) j(ockey), infl. by DEEJAY] a person who hosts or conducts a TV program of music videos, interspersed with chatter, commercials, etc., or one who plays such videos at a club or disco …   English World dictionary

  • veejay — UK [ˈviːˌdʒeɪ] / US [ˈvɪˌdʒeɪ] noun [countable] Word forms veejay : singular veejay plural veejays a video jockey …   English dictionary

  • veejay — /ˈvidʒeɪ/ (say veejay) noun → V jay …   Australian English dictionary

  • veejay — AND VJ; video jock n. a video jockey; a host on a television program that features music videos. (The abbreviation is an initialism. Patterned on deejay. See also disc jockey.) □ Sally tried out for the veejay job, but she looked too old and… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • VeeJay — Die Abkürzung VJ steht für: Visual Jockey: Videokünstler, die insbesondere in Echtzeit und meistens in Kooperation mit DJs arbeiten (im Gegensatz zu Videokünstlern, die mit festen Installationen arbeiten, die dauerhafte Botschaften transportieren …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • veejay — /vee jay /, n. Informal. See video jockey. [VEE (repr. VIDEO) + (DEE)JAY] * * * …   Universalium

  • veejay — noun Someone who presents a television programme of videos; a video jockey …   Wiktionary

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