jet lag

NOUN
  1. fatigue and sleep disturbance resulting from disruption of the body's normal circadian rhythm as a result of jet travel
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How To Use jet lag In A Sentence

  • Here's a good one - a survey to see if birds are afraid of heights or get jet lag on long flights. The Sun
  • The only concern when he came back was jet lag. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unless that's the jet lag kicking in. Times, Sunday Times
  • The only concern when he came back was jet lag. Times, Sunday Times
  • A lunch of Bangkok street food means the only thing missing from this otherwise authentic experience is the jet lag. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unless that's the jet lag kicking in. Times, Sunday Times
  • I've never had jet lag before, but it's not surprising I have it now since I'm on my fourth time zone in a fortnight, have lost an entire day somewhere and have spent several entire nights in transit.
  • Keep up the fight against jet lag by hitting the surf and getting salt in your hair. Times, Sunday Times
  • We'll put it down to the jet lag. Times, Sunday Times
  • A lunch of Bangkok street food means the only thing missing from this otherwise authentic experience is the jet lag. Times, Sunday Times
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