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Meaning of “jog” - Learner’s Dictionary

jog

verb     /dʒɒɡ/ ( present participle jogging, past tense and past participle jogged)
RUN SLOWLY [I]
B1 to run slowly for exercise: I jog through the park every morning.Exercising and training
HIT GENTLY [T]
to hit something gently by mistake: He jogged her arm.Hitting against objects accidentally and colliding
jog sb's memory
to make someone remember something: They hoped the photographs would jog his memory.Remembering, reminding and reminders
jog noun [no plural]
Let's go for a jog.
jogging noun [U]
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