jogger


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jog 1

 (jŏg)
v. jogged, jog·ging, jogs
v.tr.
1. To move by shoving, bumping, or jerking; jar: a rough wagon ride that jogged the passengers.
2. To give a push or shake to; nudge: jogged her dozing companion with her elbow.
3. To rouse or stimulate as if by nudging: an old photo that might jog your memory.
4. To cause (a horse) to move at a leisurely pace.
v.intr.
1. To move with a jolting rhythm: The pack jogged against his back as he ran.
2. To move in a steady, slow trot: The horse jogged easily down the road.
3.
a. To run at a steady, moderate pace: The athletes jogged out to their positions on the playing field.
b. Sports To run in such a way for sport or exercise: She jogs every day after work for forty-five minutes.
4.
a. To go or travel at a slow or leisurely pace: The old car jogged along until it reached the hill.
b. To proceed in a leisurely manner: "while his life was thus jogging easily along" (Duff Cooper).
n.
1. A slight push or shake; a nudge.
2. A jogging movement or rhythm.
3. A slow steady trot.
4.
a. A steady, moderate running pace: He broke into a jog when he realized he was late.
b. A session of running at such a pace, as for exercise: She went out for a jog along the river.

[Perhaps alteration of Middle English shoggen, to shake, move with a jerk, perhaps alteration of shokken, to move rapidly, from Middle Low German schocken, to shake.]

jog′ger n.

jog 2

 (jŏg)
n.
1. A protruding or receding part in a surface or line.
2. An abrupt change in direction: a jog in the road.
intr.v. jogged, jog·ging, jogs
To turn sharply; veer: Here the boundary jogs south.

[Variant of jag.]

jogger

(ˈdʒɒɡə)
n
1. a person who runs at a jog trot over some distance for exercise, usually regularly
2. NZ a cart with rubber-tyred wheels used on a farm
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jogger - someone who runs a steady slow pace (usually for exercise)jogger - someone who runs a steady slow pace (usually for exercise)
runner - someone who travels on foot by running
Translations
kocogó

jogger

[ˈdʒɒgəʳ] Ncorredor(a) m/f (de footing)

jogger

[ˈdʒɒgər] n (= runner) → joggeur/euse m/f

jogger

n
(= person)Jogger(in) m(f); jogger’s nipple besonders bei Joggern auftretende Entzündung der Brustwarzen
(= shoe)Joggingschuh m, → Freizeitstiefel m

jogger

[ˈdʒɒgəʳ] npersona che fa jogging

jogger

n. corredor-a.
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Police in Salt Lake City have been requesting help from the public in order to identify a suspect, who was accused of groping a woman jogger near Liberty Park last week, reports said Wednesday.
A BANKER arrested on suspicion of being a jogger caught on camera pushing a woman in front of a bus has been released.
British police on Thursday said they had arrested a 50-year-old jogger on suspicion of knocking a woman into the path of a bus on a busy west London street earlier this year.
POLICE have launched a hunt for a jogger who knocked a woman pedestrian into the path of a bus.
A JOGGER is being urgently sought by police investigating a tragedy which claimed the life of a motorcyclist on a rural Huddersfield road.
A jogger stumbled upon the body of an unidentified man at Burnham Park here on Wednesday morning (April 26) bearing what appeared to be a stab wound in the chest, the Cordillera police said.
A JOGGER found the body of a man in his mid-60s at a beauty spot on the Gower Peninsular yesterday morning.
Mandaue City, Cebu - A lady jogger and a bicycle rider were killed after they were hit early Saturday morning by a wayward mini-bus along MC Briones Street, North Road, Mandaue City.
A JOGGER training for a long-distance race was confronted as she ran along a road by a naked builder.
As per the firm, Baby Jogger is likely to supply $90 million of net sales in 2014 and has a strong growth track record.
A DOPEY jogger called Dean Farley crashes into David Cameron.
THERE IS no doubt about it - we are in the age of the jogger.