jogging

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 [ˈdʒɒgɪŋ]


For the verb: "to jog"

Present Participle: jogging
WordReference English Collocations © 2019

jogging

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. go jogging around the [block, track, neighborhood, town]
  2. go jogging [on, along, by] the beach
  3. go jogging [in the gym, on the treadmill]
  4. goes jogging every [day, morning, evening]
  5. goes jogging for [an hour] every [day]
  6. does [an hour] of jogging every [day]
  7. go jogging in the [park, neighborhood]
  8. goes jogging with the dog
  9. her hobbies include jogging (and swimming)
  10. jogging is good for your [legs, thighs, lower body]
  11. listens to music while he goes jogging
  12. just came back from jogging
  13. [gentle, light] jogging to [prevent, avoid, heal]
WordReference English Collocations © 2019

jog

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. went for a [long, light, quick] jog
  2. a jog around the [block, track, neighborhood, town]
  3. a jog [on, along, by] the beach
  4. a [thirty-minute] jog
  5. head out for a jog
  6. head off on a jog
  7. goes for a jog every [day, morning, evening]
  8. [moved, proceeded] at a (slow) jog
  9. [started, began, set off] at a jog
  10. UK: felt a jog [from behind, in his jack]
  11. UK: gave her a jog with the elbow
  12. the [road, path] took a jog to the [right, left]
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