Definition for "jockey"
- Sports One who rides horses in races, especially…
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- Abbreviation of "Nob Jockey". See also:…
- Sports One who rides horses in races, especially as an occupation.
- Slang a person who runs a specified car, device, or unit: a bus jockey; some type of computer jockey.
- a person who rides racehorses competitively.
- That part of a variable resistor or potentiometer that trips within the opposition cable
- An operator of some equipment or equipment.
- a specialist rider of ponies in races.
- A dealer in ponies; a horse investor.
- A cheat; one given to razor-sharp training in trade.
- [capitalized] A Northern English and Scotch diminutive of Jock, Jack; specifically, a Scotchman.
- A strolling minstrel.
- A groom; a rider or motorist of horses; especially, a guy or guy utilized to ride horses in events.
- A dealer in horses; specifically, a horse-dealer who's given to cheating; a tricky horse-trader: more commonly known as a horse-jockey.
- A cheat; a person who deceives or takes excessive advantage in trade: from the standing of horse-traders for trickery.
- In coal-mining, a self-acting apparatus continued leading tub of a collection for releasing it through the hauling-rope at a particular point.
- In mech., identical to jockey-wheel.
- A thin walking-stick.
- Same as jockey-weight.
- an operator of some automobile or device or apparatus
- some one employed to ride horses in horse races
- Sports To drive (a horse) as jockey.
- To direct or maneuver by cleverness or skill: jockeyed the vehicle into a good area.
- To trick; cheat.
- “ To jostle by operating against one.”
- to try out the jockey toward; to cheat; to trick; to impose upon in trade.
- to go; to maneuver in an intricate way so as to stay away from obstacles.
- Sports To drive a horse in a race.
- To maneuver for a certain place or benefit: jockeying for a promotion.
- to use trickery.
- to try out or work the jockey; to cheat.
- to move oneself aggressivley or skillfully so as to achieve a benefit.
- To drive (a horse) in a race.
- to go (some thing) by ability for your benefit.
- To cheat or fool.
- beat some body through trickery or deceit
- trip a racehorse as an expert jockey
- compete (for an edge or a position)
- to relax and play the jockey to; technique; deceive in trade; hinder or defeat by trickery.
- To jostle against in rushing.
- To act in the manner of a jockey; look for unjust advantage in a race, in working, etc.