to run slowly, especially regularly as a hobby
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I jog most evenings.
She doesn't like to jog in the winter.
A: Do you do much exercise?
B: I used to jog a lot but my knees hurt now.
A: I can't jog.
I jogged around the park last night.
Yesterday he jogged with his dog.
A: Why are you walking like that?
B: I jogged around the block last night.
A: Oh, are you sore?
B: Unbelievably so.
I can't talk now. I'm jogging.
She's jogging a lot at the moment. It keeps her fit.
A: What did you do to your ankle?
B: I was jogging and tripped over a log.
A: Does it hurt?
B: Yes, quite a lot.
I've jogged all my life. I love it.
My friends have jogged together for the last month. I don't like jogging so don't join in.
A: Where's Antony?
B: He's in hospital.
A: Oh no. Is he okay?
B: He will be.
A: What happened?
B: He had jogged around his area for year but yesterday he fell into the lake.