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  1. jog
    IPA[jäɡ]
  2. verb

    • 1. run at a steady gentle pace, especially on a regular basis as a form of physical exercise:

      he began to jog along the road right now she is jogging two miles a day
      Synonym : run slowly, jogtrot, dogtrot, trot, lope, go jogging
    • 2. (of a horse) move at a slow trot.

    • 3. move in an unsteady way, typically slowly:

      the bus jogged and jolted
    • 4. continue in a steady, uneventful way:

      our marriage worked, and we jogged along
      Synonym : continue, proceed, go, go on, carry on
    • 5. nudge or knock slightly:

      a hand jogged his elbow
      Synonym : nudge, prod, poke, push, elbow, tap, bump, jar

    noun

    • 1. a spell of jogging:

      his morning jog
    • 2. a gentle running pace:

      he set off along the bank at a jog
    • 3. a slight push or nudge:

      he gave her a jog with his elbow
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: jog, plural noun: jogs

    • v.: verb: jog, 3rd person present: jogs, gerund or present participle: jogging, past tense: jogged, past participle: jogged

    • verb

      run at a steady gentle pace, especially on a regular basis as a form of physical exercise:

      (of a horse) move at a slow trot:

    • noun

      a spell of jogging:

      a gentle running pace:

    • noun

      the activity of running at a steady, gentle pace as a form of physical exercise:

      denoting a garment designed to be worn while jogging:

    • noun

      a slow trot.
    • noun

      a facility on some video recorders which allows the speed at which the tape is played to be varied.
    • continue in a steady, uneventful way

      go away (used as expression of anger or irritation)

    • continue in a steady, uneventful way
    • noun

      a facility on some video recorders which allows the speed at which the tape is played to be varied.
    • cause someone to remember something suddenly
    • cause someone to remember something suddenly
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