(cause to) move slowly and unsteadily
give a slight push or knock with the arm, hand, etc.
"there was a jog in the road"
"This novel rambles on and jogs"
"jog along the canal"
"jog my memory"
The slow, hopeless, leg-weary jog to which..the horses..had long been reduced.
出自： R. Boldrewood
Following a road northward, there are abrupt jogs to the east or west.
Masses of this froth..were jogged clean off the water, and struck the deck.
出自： W. C. Russell