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jogger

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Pronunciation: /ˈdʒɒɡə
 
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Definition of jogger in English:

noun

1A person who jogs as a form of physical exercise: there are joggers on every road
More example sentences
  • Skyrac is a broad church and members include juniors, road runners, joggers and fellrunners.
  • However, her rise to fame will be an inspiration to the thousands of joggers participating in Britain's biggest ever 10k road race.
  • It is an opportunity for fun runners, joggers and charity fund-raisers to rub shoulders with the fast and famous.
1.1 (joggers) Loose trousers made of a stretchy fabric and typically elasticated at the waist and ankles, worn especially for jogging: sporty types in joggers
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  • He had short thick black hair with long sideburns and wore a distinctive gold-coloured summer jacket, zipped up, with black or dark blue joggers or trousers.
  • Yet this girl was clad in faded blue jeans with worn joggers, a plain green T-shirt, and had her favourite leather jacket resting in her lap.
  • The technique involves tying the boots off at ankle height, like joggers, before lacing further up the boot.

Words that rhyme with jogger

dogger, flogger, Hoggar, hogger, logger, slogger, Wagga Wagga

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