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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjogjog1 /dʒɒɡ $ dʒɑːɡ/ ●●○ verb (jogged, jogging)  1 [intransitive]DSORUN to run slowly and steadily, especially as a way of exercising I go jogging every morning.see thesaurus at run2 [transitive]PUSH to knock or push something lightly by mistake syn bump You jogged my elbow.3 jog somebody’s memory jog along→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
jogStress incontinence occurs when you wet yourself when you cough, laugh, bend over or go jogging.When I lived in Washington, I jogged along the river every morning.There was a lady jogging down by the water with her dog.The thing I try to do in that situation is flick my bat and start jogging down the line.I accidentally jogged her elbow.He jogged rapidly keeping close to the hedgerows and avoiding the open fields.So jogs the day; & I am happy.Many people in the West have been asking how it can best jog things along.Have you been jogging this morning?Kathy and her husband jog together every morning.He was walking down the road toward me, as I was jogging toward him.go joggingThere was too much rain to go jogging.Stress incontinence occurs when you wet yourself when you cough, laugh, bend over or go jogging.I suppose you go jogging together?Bush went jogging with his pregnant daughter Doro in Houston at dawn.A friend wishes to go jogging with you.