騎手, ジョッキ, 浮気者
Noun(1) someone employed to ride horses in horse races(2) an operator of some vehicle or machine or apparatus
Verb(1) defeat someone through trickery or deceit(2) compete (for an advantage or a position(3) ride a racehorse as a professional jockey
(1) Back in his day Boo was a well-known and respected jockey on the Speedway.(2) The entire jockey colony declined to ride Saturday's card by unanimous vote at 12: 15 p.m. EDT.(3) And in any case every other owner, trainer and jockey in the race is always trying to win.(4) He may know how many units he can offer in his effort to jockey someone else into centre position.(5) Cartwright was a top steeplechase jockey before he became an assistant trainer for Mike Freeman in the early 1960s.(6) So, are we being exploited twice over by parties who only want to jockey us into voting for them?(7) a former champion jockey(8) He's diminutive enough to jockey a horse, but he's tough enough to wear down a defense.(9) He was an up-and-coming jockey until his car crash in 1999.(10) The winning jockey has proved a controversial character, but is brilliant in the saddle.(11) You can't buy it in a bottle, hire a custom applicator to put it on or a molecular geneticist to jockey genes for it around in a lab.(12) He should run a big race under his former regular jockey .(13) We intended to jockey our own luggage and weight was a serious consideration.(14) It is a competition where the elite use personal connections to jockey their cronies into key positions and thus win power and influence.(15) Three of them became Irish champion jockey at various times between 1840 and 1882.(16) He was famously handed a six-month ban in 1994 for pulling another jockey off a horse at Beverley.
(1) disc jockey :: ディスクジョッキー
(2) video jockey :: ビデオジョッキー
1. rider ::
2. horseman ::
3. horsewoman ::
4. equestrian ::
5. maneuver ::
8. work ::
9. steer ::
10. compete ::
11. contend ::
12. vie ::
13. struggle ::
14. fight ::
15. scramble ::
16. jostle ::
jockey, jockeyed, jockeying, jockeys
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