English words and Examples of Usage

use "lag" in a sentence

While typing at normal speed in a Google Doc, there was a noticeable lag.

A lag of a month or two usually exists between a contract and a completed sale.

A one- to two-month lag usually exists between a contract and a completed sale.

Losses still to come The other possibility is that there is a time lag at play.

Foreign financial transfers will offer little benefit without reform, which continues to lag.

I haven't noticed any lag or stuttering in the device and find it to be a very responsive device.

Frances' spur-of-the-moment getaway is marred by lost connections, loneliness, and extreme jet lag.

Sometimes, too, there’s a time lag between when you complete a project and when you get paid.

With a total return of about 96 percent since the end of 2008, GE shares badly lag the S&P 500 index.

What's more, these 'projections' do in fact lag actual capital expenditure," he said in a commentary.

Without offensive research pointing out new threats, cyberdefense will suffer and forever lag behind."

I've got a bad case of jet lag.

Find someone who went to private school as a lad. lag

Online seminars are useful, but often the lag between a message and its reply can be somewhat long.

There is a bit of a lag between the time I push the button, and the time the microphone starts working, so wait half a sec before you begin speaking.

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