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jockey

US [ˈdʒɑki]
UK [ˈdʒɒki]
  • v.耍各种手腕获取;运用手段谋取
  • n.(尤指职业的)赛马骑师
  • Web居可衣;赛马的骑师;职业赛马骑师
Plural Form:jockeys  Past Tense:jockeyed  Present Participle:jockeying  
Jockey
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n.
1.
(尤指职业的)赛马骑师a person who rides horses in races, especially as a job
v.
1.
[i]
~ (with sb) (for sth).~ (with sb) (to do sth)
耍各种手腕获取;运用手段谋取to try all possible ways of gaining an advantage over other people
The runners jockeyed for position at the start.
赛跑选手一开始就力求抢占有利位置。
The bands are constantly jockeying with each other for the number one spot.
这些乐队经常相互耍手段以谋取榜首位置。

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