Jock
proper noun
1. (colloquial) (pejorative) (person from Scotland) (United Kingdom) 
We were accompanied by a group of Jocks and Swedes on the Inca Trail.Un grupo de escoceses y suecos nos acompañaron en el Camino Inca.
jock
noun
2. (colloquial) (pejorative) (athletic student) 
I was never one of the jocks in high school; I was too busy playing video games with my friends.Nunca fui uno de los deportistas del colegio; estaba demasiado ocupado jugando videojuegos con mis amigos.
3. (colloquial) (padding) 
I wouldn't even think about playing goalie without my jock on.Ni loco jugaría de portero sin el suspensorio puesto.
4. (colloquial) (music) 
a. el DJ (M)la DJ (F) 
Sammy Smith is one of the best jocks in the business; he plays the tunes people really want to hear.Sammy Smith es uno de los mejores DJs en la industria; él pone la música que la gente realmente quiere escuchar.
b. el pincha (M)la pincha (F) (colloquial) (Spain) 
A popular jock is going to play my band's song on the radio.Un pincha popular va a poner la canción de mi banda en la radio.
jock
Noun
1. (colloquial) (United States) 
a. el deportista (M) (athlete) 
jock [dʒɒk]
noun
2 (US) deportista (m)
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