In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
transitive verbjogging, jogged
1she jogged his elbow just as … — le dio en el codo justo cuando …
- stop jogging the table! — ¡deja de mover / sacudir la mesa!
- he jogged the cup out of my hand — me empujó y me hizo tirar la taza
intransitive verbjogging, jogged
- I grabbed a ratty towel from the outhouse bathroom and jogged away in the direction of the creek.
- Sivan had to nearly jog to keep up with the contingent of brood warriors.
- I swirled around to face him and saw as he jogged up to catch up with me.
- At the gym, Megan started off by walking and jogging on the treadmill for 30 minutes.
- I jogged on the spot, making a futile attempt to slow my heart beat.
- If you can't exercise or jog for 20 minutes, simply go as far as you can.
- Digging his keys out of his pocket, he jogged lightly up the last few steps.
- When I opened the door, I started jogging lightly up the stairs.
- She jogged down the hall, her eyes blazing somewhere between anger and relief.
- Waving, he jogged off down the hallway in the opposite direction, leaving me gaping like a fish.
- The two jogged for the next few minutes before Rilke floated over.
- "Goodnight Kurt, " she smiled, and then jogged out to the car.
- I think I'm gonna go outside and jog for 5 minutes.
- And he took off jogging in the direction of the kennels.
- Paul jogged down the corridor trying to find his way to the emergency meeting point.
- He put the six pack on the ground, and started jogging back down the hallway.
- Eight minutes later, Erica came jogging down the corridor to where they were.
- Mike jogged up the steps close behind her, refusing to be left alone.
- And then, to my even greater astonishment, he turns and starts jogging back up the stairs.
- Without another word, Meg jogged off down the hallway.
1.2(for exercise, enjoyment)hacer footinghacer joggingcorrertrotarto go jogging — salir a correr / a trotar
1.3(progress slowly)to jog along — ir avanzando sin prisas
2(jolt, jerk)the bicycle jogged along the road — la bicicleta iba dando tumbos por el camino
- the needle jogged out of its groove — la aguja saltó del surco
1.1(for exercise, enjoyment)to go for a jog — salir a correr / a trotar / a hacer footing / jogging
- Take him on a vigorous run or jog in the morning before you leave.
- It was coincidentally a really nice morning and she was going out for her daily morning jog.
- Still breathing heavy from her brisk, morning jog, she sauntered into the kitchen for a bottle of water.
- One day while doing his morning jog he was hit by a train.
- My mother came back from her jog just as I was exiting the yard.
- He has his diamonds and ankle weights on and he's going for a jog.
- Before leaving for her morning jog, Jessica gives the girl a quick hug.
- She was asking him where she could go for a jog in the morning.
- Thoughts of Dara kept him awake most of the night, and if that wasn't bad enough, even his morning jog failed to invigorate him.
- After a quick bite to eat I go for a 20 minute jog followed by an hour and a half of weight training.
- If your evenings are in the bar or out clubbing then forget leaping out of bed for a quick jog in the morning!
- Brijesh occasionally met people on his morning jog.
- Then she changes into workout clothes and we head out for a morning jog.
- Pradeep's fitness regime on most days includes a morning jog of at least seven km and a balanced diet with plenty of proteins and fluids.
- 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.
- He is up at 5.30 a.m. for a jog and a 30-minute workout in the gym.
- After my morning jog, I felt ready to face the day.
- Joan smirked as she paced herself during her morning jog.
- Blake would usually be outside doing an early morning jog.
- I have to head off and buy a new pair of boots and take a morning jog.
1.2(pace)trote masculineshe set off at a jog — salió trotando / al trote
- Then he went after her, exchanging his usual loping gait for a jog.
- As he quickened his pace to a jog, he saw a swift shape dart up a curling stairway.
- Trek mounted up and worked 18 year old Anni into a warm-up jog towards the trail on the hill.
- I still had that jumpy, energetic feeling I'd had that morning, so I started off at a jog in the direction of Andy's house.
- Even though she was running flat out, Seung was able to keep up with her pace at a brisk jog.
- But all of a sudden you realized, the jog became a sprint, and he wasn't slowing down.
- Her face automatically brightened and her pace increased into a jog.
- He sighed with relief and slowed his sprint to a jog.
- Feeling better, Noca increased her pace to a jog.
- Tears were falling down her face as her jog turned into a sprint.
- He picks up the pace to what would be a comfortable jog for him, but in reality, a really, really painstakingly fast run for me.
- She broke out into a jog and rushed towards the man nearing the comic store.
- We started out at a jog, trying to warm up and pace ourselves.
- Suddenly, Urlacher steps over one of the fences, breaks into a jog down an embankment and on to the field.
- She approached it cautiously, slowing her pace down to a jog.
- A thumping in the distance made him tense with fear and he slowed his pace to a jog.
- In fact, she almost seemed to increase her pace to a jog, with Becky following suit a moment after her.
- In particular, consumers are up and running again, although perhaps at more of a jog than a sprint.
- He heard the bell ring for the last 200m, kicked, and slowed to a jog after crossing the finish line in first.
- At the sight of this event, the opponent became worried and quickened his pace into nearly a jog.
2(nudge)she gave his arm a jog — le sacudió el brazo
- the film gave his memory a jog — la película le refrescó la memoria
3US(in direction)the road makes a jog to the left — el camino de pronto tuerce a la izquierda
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