jog : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a sharp change in direction
there was a jog in the road
- n a slow pace of running
- n a slight push or shake
- v continue talking or writing in a desultory manner
This novel rambles on and jogs
- v even up the edges of a stack of paper, in printing
- v run for exercise
jog along the canal
- v run at a moderately swift pace
- v give a slight push to
- v stimulate to remember
jog my memory
- Anglo-French relations last week received a slight jogjust big enough to remind everybody that jogable relations exist.
- He may have his coat dyed to make him look younger, or work out on a jog-a-dog machine (at $575) to keep him in shape, or have his portrait painted in oils.
- They had chosen to cross at a spot where the fence made a small right-angle jog, because there was a supporting post extending about halfway up the angle.
- Karina in guardian.co.uk
Any little jog could change where it makes landfall,said Karina Castillo, a hurricane support meteorologist at the National Hurricane Center said.
- Justin Duchscherer in USA Today
For my warmup, I usually run to center field and back just to jog, and I felt something in my hip,said Duchscherer, who has had two operations on his other hip.
- David Tyree in International Herald Tribune
I don't want to say like it's graduation from college or nothing like that,Tyree said. "Just to be out among my teammates, not separated or isolated and being out there. I can't give myself too much credit. It was just a jog through, but...