jogEnglish - Vietnamese Dictionary
jog /dʤɔg/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- cái lắc nhẹ, cái xóc nhẹ; cái đẩy nhẹ
- cái hích nhẹ (bằng cùi tay)
- ngoại động từ
- lắc nhẹ, xóc nhẹ; đẩy nhẹ
- hích bằng cùi tay (để cho chú ý...)
- nhắc lại, gợi lại (trí nhớ)
- to jog someone's memory: nhắc cho người nào nhớ lại
- nội động từ
- (jog on, along) bước đi khó khăn, bước đi thong thả
- tiến hành, tiến triển, tiếp tục
- matters jog along: sự việc vẫn cứ tiến triển
- chạy nước kiệu chậm (ngựa)
- đi, lên đường
- we must be jogging: chúng ta phải đi thôi
jogged|jogging|jogsdʒɑg /dʒɒgThesaurus Dictionary
+a sharp change in direction
+a slow pace of running
+a slight push or shake
+continue talking or writing in a desultory manner
+even up the edges of a stack of paper, in printing
+run for exercise
+run at a moderately swift pace
+give a slight push to
+stimulate to remember
Advanced English Dictionary
1 trot, lope, dogtrot, run:
I jog around the reservoir every morning for exercise.
2 jar, prod, nudge, arouse, stir, stimulate, prompt, activate, shake:
I jogged his memory by referring to the time the dog bit him.
3 bounce, shake, jolt, joggle, jounce, jerk:
I was being jogged about in the back of the van as we sped over the rocky terrain.
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
+ verb (-gg-)
1 (also go jogging) [V] to run slowly and steadily for a long time, especially for exercise: I go jogging every evening.
2 [VN] to hit sth lightly and accidentally: Someone jogged her elbow, making her spill her coffee.
Idioms: jog sb's memory to say or do sth that makes sb remember sth: Maybe these letters will help to jog your memory.
Phrasal Verbs: jog along (BrE, informal) to continue as usual with little or no excitement, change or progress: He seems happy to jog along until he retires.
+ noun [sing.]
1 a slow run, especially one done for physical exercise: I like to go for a jog after work.
2 a light push or knock
brisk | slow
VERB + JOG
He goes for a brisk jog before work each morning.
at a ~
I began at a slow jog and gradually increased my pace.
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