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What does jockeyed for position mean?

What does jockeyed for position mean?

Definition of jockey for position : to try to get into a better place The cars jockeyed for position in the first lap of the race.

How do you use obsolete?

Obsolete in a Sentence 🔉

  1. Many people believe the Internet has made the postal service obsolete.
  2. If you look inside of most classrooms, you will not see chalkboards because they are nearly obsolete in education today.
  3. Once Frank spent all of his lottery winnings, he became obsolete to his family members.

Is VY a word?

No, vy is not in the scrabble dictionary.

What is another word for jockey?

jockey | definition: someone employed to ride horses in horse races | synonyms: horseback rider, horseman, equestrian| antonyms: lose, praise, decompression, hate

What does the name jockeys mean?

jockey (n.) “person who rides horses in races,” 1660s, a specific use of the earlier sense “boy, fellow” (1520s), which is a special use of the Scottish proper name Jockey, a familiar or diminutive form of Jock. Jockey-boots are from 1680s; jockey-shorts “abbreviated underwear for men” is from 1935 (jockey-briefs from 1946).

What does a jockey do?

Joe ‘magical man’ Moreira.…

  • Damien Oliver – the Melbourne Cup maestro.…
  • James McDonald – the new gold boy of the race.…
  • Blake Shinn – a child from Kilmore.…
  • Tommy Berry – from Gai’s track worker to Aussie superstar.…
  • Glen Boss – Legend of the track.…
  • Craig Williams – the globetrotter with serious skills.
  • What does jockey mean?

    jockey noun. someone employed to ride horses in horse races. jockey verb. an operator of some vehicle or machine or apparatus. “he’s a truck jockey”; “a computer jockey”; “a disc jockey”. cheat, chouse, shaft, screw, chicane, jockey verb. defeat someone through trickery or deceit.

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