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Translation of "jog" - English-Spanish dictionary

jog

verb /dʒoɡ/ ( past tense, past participle jogged)
to run at a gentle pace, especially for the sake of exercise
hacer footing
She jogs / goes jogging round the park for half an hour every morning.
to travel slowly
moverse lentamente
The cart jogged along the rough track.
to push, shake or knock gently
empujar, sacudir
He jogged my arm and I spilt my coffee I have forgotten, but something may jog my memory later on.
jogging noun the activity of running at a slow steady speed as a form of exercise
trote, correr
She goes jogging every morning (also adjective) jigging bottoms/pants.
at a jog-trot at a gentle running pace
a trote corto
Every morning he goes down the road at a jog-trot.
(Definition of jog from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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