Translation of jog in Spanish:
transitive verb -gg-
intransitive verb -gg-
- 1 1.1 (run) 1.2 (for exercise, enjoyment) to go joggingsalir a hacer footing or joggingsalir a correr or a trotarExample sentences1.3 (progress slowly) See examples: to jog along
ir avanzando sin prisas or (in Latin America also) sin apuro
- And then, to my even greater astonishment, he turns and starts jogging back up the stairs.
- I swirled around to face him and saw as he jogged up to catch up with me.
- When I opened the door, I started jogging lightly up the stairs.
- 1 (no plural) 1.1 (for exercise, enjoyment) See examples:to go for a jog1.2 (pace) she set off at a jogsalir a correr or a trotar or a hacer footing or joggingsalió trotando or al troteExample sentences
- Feeling better, Noca increased her pace to a jog.
- Her face automatically brightened and her pace increased into a jog.
- In fact, she almost seemed to increase her pace to a jog, with Becky following suit a moment after her.
- It was early enough so that there were very few tourists around, and the people who could be seen were like us, out for a morning jog or power walk.
- Then she changes into workout clothes and we head out for a morning jog.
- He has his diamonds and ankle weights on and he's going for a jog.
- 2 (nudge) See examples: she gave his arm a jogthe film gave his memory a jogle sacudió el brazole dio en el brazola película le refrescó la memoria
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