Definition of jog on in English:

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jog on

1 another way of saying jog along. Phelps’s life jogged on in this fashion until spring
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  • The couple jogged on without quarrelling for about three years.
  • She went back to live with her sister in Croydon, and things jogged on much the same as ever at home.
  • Things jogged on like this for the next nine to ten years.
2 [usually in imperative] British informal Go away (used as expression of anger or irritation): I really want to go and see the show but for an £8.75 booking fee they can jog on!
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  • Jog on, you muppets, leave them alone!
  • Now jog on and keep your stupid comments for your rich, clueless associates.
  • Do yourself and everyone else a favour, and just jog on, sonny.
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