Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Jog"

The meaning of "Jog" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa jog your memory?
A: To make you remember something
Q: O que significa jog your memory?
A: it means something which helps you remember, e.g 'i needed the Spanish dictionary to jog my memory'
Q: O que significa "draw a jog in the line for the school district"?
A: A "jog" in a line is like a single "zig zag". The line is going straight, then it goes off to one side, then it turns back and continues in its original direction.
Q: O que significa jog on?
A: Jogging is like a light run. It can be a verb or a noun.

Verb: I'm going jogging this afternoon.

Noun: I'm going for a jog this afternoon.

ジョギングすると同じです
Q: O que significa "took a jog to the left" in 1372?
A: Literally, it means that someone took a quick turn to the left. Here, I think it is being used figuratively to mean that the mission has gone off course.

Example sentences using "Jog"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com jog my memory.
A: Help me jog my memory of what happened last meeting and then we can start off from where we left off.

Sometimes, it’s impossible to jog my memory of the previous night if I drank a lot.

The smell of the classroom jogged my memory and reminded me of fourth grade.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com To jog my/your... memory .
A: jog your/my memory= to remind you of something

"Oh just to jog your memory, there is a meeting on Saturday"

"We went out?I don't remember, let me try to jog my memory"
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com jog my memory.
A: “How about you read a few sentences just to jog your memory.”
“Let me read a few sentences to jog my memory.”

“How about you watch the first couple seconds to jog your memory.”
“I’ll watch a couple seconds to jog my memory.”

To jog your memory is to do something in order to remember another thing.

Example: Reading the first few sentences of a book in order to remember what it’s about.

Synonyms of "Jog" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre jog your memory e trigger a memory ?
A:

to jog someone's memory is to help them try to remember something, while to trigger a memory is to cause a memory to instantly appear in someone's head.

they are similar, but have subtle differences in the feeling of remembering and if it is on purpose or not. usually, if someone is trying and struggling to remember something, someone or something can help by "jogging their memory", sort of giving them a boost to help them get there (though it might not be successful in the end)

When a memory is triggered, it is sudden and always immediately successful. often the person wasn't trying to remember, and the memory came out of nowhere due to a new stimulus
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I go for a jog in an afternoon.
e I go for a jog in the afternoon. ?
A: Usually you will not say "in an afternoon." I can think of two contexts:

"You can see all of the main sites downtown in an afternoon." That is, it won't take you more than one afternoon to see all the sites.

"In an afternoon in early May, Jabari got the idea of translating the Kebra Negast into English." Here, you could also say, "One afternoon in early May," and "one afternoon" would be a little more common. It means that this happened one specific time, but you're not going to tell us *which* afternoon (maybe you don't know; maybe it doesn't matter).
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I jog in/at the park e I jog through the park ?
A: I think "jog at" is most natural. I jog in the park is a bit odd but people will understand.

(But of course
I jog in my Nike sneakers and lycra shorts.
Is natural)

I jog through the park. < This is also natural and emphasizes that at least part of your jog includes going in / around / out of the park.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre jog e run ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I jog everyday to stay in shape. e I jog everyday to keep in shape. ?
A: they're basically the same

Translations of "Jog"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I meant to sleep but I decided to jog instead - does this sound natural?
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I’m going to jog tonight. Is this natural English?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I'm going to jog at the park near my house.
My goal that I want to archive is participating in a race of marathon someday. For the goal, I've practiced three days in a week. I also gotta run Today
A: I'm going for a jog at the park that's nears my house. My goal is to participate in a marathon someday. I practiced 3 days/times a week.

Other questions about "Jog"

Q: what does Jog means in this context I am still confused the full sentence would be Someone had drawn a jog in the line for the school district and we wound up in school with the rich kids
A: that's very weirdly worded. I would never say had drawn a "jog"

in this context jog means nudge


someone drew a small line that wasn't supposed to be there on the school district map or something and it confused the people so they followed the wrong path and got confused and ended up in the wrong spot or soemthing like that.


I would normally say something like "someone had drawn a nudge in the line"
or
"someone had drawn a little notch in the line for the school district"
or
"someone had drawn a small line over the school district"
Q: 1.Jogging made me tired.
2.To jog made me tired.
soa natural?
A: ◯ #1
☓ #2

___ made me tired (名詞)
◯ "The speech made me tired."
◯ "The job made me tired."
◯ "Jogging made me tired."
Q: I'm going to jog around lake Biwa for ten kilometers. soa natural?
A: I'm going to jog 10 kilometers around Lake Biwa.
Q: I went on a jog this morning to jump-start a day. After that, I had lunch with my friend. I haven't met her for couples of months, so it was a good catch up. soa natural?
A: ​​I went on a jog this morning to jump-start my day. After that, I had lunch with my friend. I haven't seen her for a couple of months, so it was a good to catch up with her.
Q: The jog lt was quite a long time.
長い間ジョギングをしていなかったと言いたいのですが、この文章は間違っていますか?
A: I haven't jogged for a long time. で良いと思います(*^ー^*)

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