Examples of jet lag in a Sentence
I had bad jet lag after that last trip overseas.
Recent Examples of jet lag from the Web
Our first stop was the mecca of Tartine Bakery in the Mission, where jet lag got us there before a line had formed.
The second-favorite in the morning line for Saturday's Kentucky Derby will have to overcome the weight of history -- if not jet lag -- to win the 144th Run for the Roses.
The first stop in Milan right off the plane, and sure to banish jet lag, is my annual pilgrimage to Rossana Orlandi.
Below, Bruna shares her top tips for packing, beating jet lag, and making the most of any trip.
Qantas is pairing its rollout of the new flight this month with an extensive program to help passengers manage jet lag.
Wrapping up the 2018 Australian Open, jet lag edition. 1) Here’s a wrap-up podcast for your listening pleasure.
Drew Scott isn’t going to let a little jet lag stop him from showing his love for Linda Phan!
Oh, and guzzle water, as dehydration makes jet lag worse.
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JET LAG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jet lag for English Language Learners
: a tired and unpleasant feeling that you sometimes get when you travel by airplane to a place that is far away
medical Definition of jet lag
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