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jock [Am.] [coll.] (operator) [listen] Kapitän {m}; Steuermann {m} [aviat.] [übtr.]

enthusiast; buff [Am.] [coll.]; jock [coll.] [Am.] [listen] [listen] Enthusiast {m}; Enthusiastin {f}; Liebhaber {m}; Liebhaberin {f}; Freak {m} [ugs.] (jmd., der sich für etw. begeistert)

enthusiasts; buffs; jocks Enthusiasten {pl}; Enthusiastinnen {pl}; Liebhaber {pl}; Liebhaberinnen {pl}; Freaks {pl}

computer enthusiast; computer buff; computer jock Computernarr {m}

sport enthusiast [Br.]; sports buff [Am.]; sports jock [Am.] Sportfanatiker {m}; Sportfreak {m}

Jock (often as a form of address) blöder Schotte {m} (oft als Anrede) [pej.]

disc jockey; jock [coll.] /DJ/ Diskjockey {m}; DJ {m}

jockey; jock [coll.] [listen] Rennreiter {m}; Jockey {m}; Jockei {m} [sport]

jockeys; jocks Rennreiter {pl}; Jockeys {pl}; Jockeis {pl}

abdominal guard; athletic support; athletic supporter; cricketer's box [Br.] Genitalschutz {m}; Tiefschutz {f}; Gonadenschutz [med.]; Suspensorium {n} [geh.]; Eierbecher {m} [ugs.]; Sackhalter {m} [slang] [sport] [mil.]

jockstrap [Am.]; jock [Am.] [coll.] [listen] Textilsuspensorium {n}

radio host; radio presenter [Br.] Radiomoderator {m}; Radiomoderatorin {f}; Radiosprecher {m}; Radiosprecherin {f}

radio hosts; radio presenters Radiomoderatoren {pl}; Radiomoderatorinnen {pl}; Radiosprecher {pl}; Radiosprecherinnen {pl}

radio disc jockey Moderator einer Musiksendung im Radio

shock jock [Am.] [coll.] provokanter (extremistischer/rassistischer) Radiomoderator