jogger美 ['dʒɑɡər] 英 ['dʒɒɡə(r)]
a person who jogs regularly for exercise
soft loose trousers/pants, with elastic at the waist, that you wear for doing exercise in
somebody who runs at a moderate pace, often over long distances, for exercise
someone who jogs
loose-fitting pants with an elasticized waist and ankles, used for jogging
A jogger makes his way along the promenade at Southsea seafront, Portsmouth.
Then I read about a nationally famous jogger who died of a heart attack while jogging, and I had something else to worry about.
Ireland looks like an abstemious jogger that has suffered a heart attack.
The Baby Jogger Car Seat Adaptor is one of the most important accessories you will ever purchase for your stroller.
"The difference between a jogger and a runner is an entry blank. "
If you don't, here's what can happen! This jogger looks like she's going to run right out of the picture.
The jogger made an analytical analogy between the ecology and geology .
Apple's iPod and Nike's running shoes can interconnect so that the music player can select songs that match the jogger's pace.
The one where you were the jogger.
The jogger did an analytical analogy in with the ecology and geology.