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jogverb [I]

us   /dʒɑɡ, dʒɔɡ/ -gg-
to run at a slow regular speed, esp. as a form of exercise: Bill jogs for 30 minutes every morning before breakfast.
jog
noun [C] us   /dʒɑɡ, dʒɔɡ/
I think I’ll go out for a jog.
jogger
noun [C] us   /ˈdʒɑɡ·ər, ˈdʒɔ·ɡər/
The park was full of joggers, bicyclists, and skaters.
jogging
noun [U] us   /ˈdʒɑɡ·ɪŋ, ˈdʒɔ·ɡɪŋ/
The president goes jogging several times a week.
(Definition of jog from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"jog" in British English

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jogverb

uk   /dʒɒɡ/ us   /dʒɑːɡ/ -gg-

jognoun [S]

uk   /dʒɒɡ/ us   /dʒɑːɡ/
a run that you do at a slow, regular speed, especially as a form of exercise: I haven't done much exercise all week, so I think I'll go for a jog this morning.
(Definition of jog from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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