遅れ, 後れ, ぐずつく
Noun(1) the act of slowing down or falling behind(2) the time between one event, process, or period and another(3) one of several thin slats of wood forming the sides of a barrel or bucket
Verb(1) hang (back, behind(2) lock up or confine, in or as in a jail(3) throw or pitch at a mark, as with coins(4) cover with lagging to prevent heat loss
(1) Running applications and playing games were a breeze, with no noticeable lag .(2) there was a time lag between the commission of the crime and its reporting to the police(3) You can fit a three-inch insulating jacket and lag the pipes for as little as Ôö¼├║10.(4) Two phases of content leakage are observed: a lag phase and a burst phase.(5) During range expansions, a lag phase often precedes rapid population growth.(6) China links domestic prices for crude oil and refined products to international prices, adjusted after a one-month lag .(7) As I've already mentioned, there seems to be a short lag of about one second though.(8) General conclusions are that surface dyslexia represents a delay or developmental lag in acquiring literacy skills.(9) The publication lag , from time of manuscript acceptance to appearance in print, is slightly more than two months.(10) They used preformed sections in a semi-circular shape to lag pipe work.(11) And why is there no mention of the historical significance of asbestos insulation used to lag the steam boilers?(12) But Hispanics continue to lag well behind the rest of the labor market in wages.(13) High telephone charges means that British companies lag behind their American counterparts, he says.(14) The IR blaster solution worked well, except for a slight lag in remote control response.(15) Yet Roger's death warrant was probably signed decades ago when he served on submarines in the 1960s and 1970s, at a time when asbestos was widely used to lag pipes.(16) Faced with a simultaneously growing publication lag , the Journal necessarily tightened its standards.
(1) jet lag :: 時差ぼけ
1. stave ::
2. retardation ::
3. interim ::
4. fall behind ::
5. put behind bars ::
6. fall back ::
Different Formslag, lags
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