Definition of 'jog'
Example sentences containing 'jog'
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They wear this beautiful leather bag with the jogging pants. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He wears red jogging bottoms in training! The Sun (2009)Sprint to the halfway line then jog back. The Sun (2012)Warm up for five to ten minutes by gently walking or jogging. The Sun (2008)You should always be able to hold a conversation while walking fast and jogging slowly. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And he turned up in jogging bottoms and red trainers after his mum dropped him off. The Sun (2014)Smile sweetly and jog back to the halfway line? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Warm up by stretching and walking or jogging on the spot. The Sun (2009)Our first run is a jog. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Then we jog on the spot. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Or a jog around the block. Christianity Today (2000)Gently jog or cycle for 2 min. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If jogging around the block bores you, try wild running. The Sun (2012)The second six minutes are a combination of jogging on the spot with resistance exercise for the legs, in the form of squats. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A 30-minute jog each day does not mean that you have to consume more calories. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'jog'
British English: jog /dʒɒɡ/ VERB
If you jog, you run slowly, often as a form of exercise.
I got up early the next morning to jog.
- American English: jog
- Arabic: يُـمَارِسُ رِيَّاضَةَ العَدْوَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: correr exercício físico
- Chinese: 慢跑
- Croatian: trčati
- Czech: běhat pro zdraví
- Danish: jogge
- Dutch: joggen
- European Spanish: hacer footing
- Finnish: hölkätä
- French: courir
- German: joggen
- Greek: κάνω τζόγκινγκ
- Italian: correre
- Japanese: ジョギングする
- Korean: 조깅하다
- Norwegian: jogge
- Polish: biec dla zdrowia
- European Portuguese: correr exercício físico
- Romanian: a face jogging
- Russian: бегать трусцой
- Spanish: hacer footing
- Swedish: jogga
- Thai: วิ่งเหยาะ
- Turkish: koşmak
- Ukrainian: бігати підтюпцем
- Vietnamese: chạy bộ
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