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What is another word for jockey?

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To ride (a horse) in a race or event
“At 19 years old, he entered to jockey in the Kentucky Derby.”
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To struggle by every available means to gain or achieve something
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“But they are no longer in the situation of having to jockey desperately for celebrity endorsements.”
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To maneuver, manipulate or handle something in a skillful manner
“McKenzie's decision to trust Keele to jockey the plane through the storm was evidence of his rock-solid confidence in the flying skills of his first officer.”
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To cajole or manipulate someone into doing something
“Collard was by no means sure of me. His very attempt to jockey me into agreement proved that.”
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To convince or manipulate
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To deceive or fool someone
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To move past someone or something with force
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To carry forward the stake and winnings from a bet onto a subsequent wager
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To make a concerted effort towards achieving a result
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To travel by means of being carried (by an animal or vehicle)
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To exploit someone for one's own benefit, especially in an underhanded way
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Noun
A person who rides horses, especially as a profession in races or events
“Wells, the jockey who rode Blue Gown to victory in the Derby, was presented by his master with the stakes won on the occasion, amounting to a sum of over £6,000.”
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A person who behaves dishonestly in order to gain an advantage
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Person who flies aircraft
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A person who drives or pilots a vehicle
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