jogged, past tense; jogs, 3rd person singular present; jogging, present participle; jogged, past participle;
Run at a steady gentle pace, esp. on a regular basis as a form of physical exercise
he began to jog along the road
try cycling or gentle jogging
(of a horse) Move at a slow trot
Move in an unsteady way, typically slowly
the bus jogged and jolted
Continue in a steady, uneventful way
our marriage worked, and we jogged along
Nudge or knock slightly
a hand jogged his elbow
A spell of jogging
his morning jog
A gentle running pace
he set off along the bank at a jog
A slight push or nudge
a sharp change in direction; "there was a jog in the road"
ramble on: continue talking or writing in a desultory manner; "This novel rambles on and jogs"
a slow pace of running
square up: even up the edges of a stack of paper, in printing
nudge: a slight push or shake
run for exercise; "jog along the canal"
Jog is a term related to the concept of dislocation. It is used to describe the turns of a dislocation line inside a crystal structure. ...
The Jog is a scooter produced by the Yamaha Motor Company since 1983, and was introduced in North America in 1986. It continued production in North America after 3 style changes and model designations (CE50, CG50 and CY50) until 2001. ...
Jog is a North Indian Raga belonging to Kafi thaat. It is one of the more popular ragas appearing often in films.
Jogging is an action. It is a form of trotting or running at a slow or leisurely pace. The main intention is to increase fitness with less stress on the body than from faster running.
A form of exercise, slower than a run; To move or shake with a push or jerk; to jolt; To push slightly; To shake, stir or rouse; To have a jog (UK); to take a jog (US); To straighten stacks of paper by lighting tapping against a flat surface
(Jogged) a process using a vibrating table to register a stack of paper.
(JOGGING) It is a type of slow running.
(Jogging) (jumping sequence is performed whilst running or jogging on the spot. Players must keep their feet moving all the time.)
(Jogging) Frame-by-frame advancement of videotape on a VTR.
(Jogging) If you dream that you are jogging it indicates you are making progress but at a continuing sturdy pace. If you try hard you’d reach where you want faster.
(Jogging) One of the most popular ways of keeping fit, it burns up almost 600 calories an hour. A downside is that it can result in long-term joint damage, especially in the knees. Strengthen the quad muscles to avoid knee injuries.
(Jogging) The frequent starting and stopping of an electric motor.
(jogging) self-destruction as a means of forward movement. Could have just as easily been called “jarring.” To jog, one must treat the ground as if it had stolen one’s wallet and mocked one’s mother, pounding it mercilessly with one’s feet. Not to be confused with running.
To vibrate a stack of finished pages so that they are tightly aligned for final trimming.
To align sheets of paper into a compact pile.
A slow trot, mostly in Western disciplines.
A portion of the room's border or wall which projects beyond a flush surface.
To shake a stack of papers, either on a machine or by hand, so that the edges line up. Also referred to as knocking-up.
To move the hook, trolley, or bridge in a series of short, discontinuous, increments by momentary operation of a controller.