a.) Coming tardily after or behind; slow; tardy. *&&*v. i.) To walk or more slowly; to stay or fall behind; to linger or loiter.
This work must go forward without lag.
Grandma always lag behind when we go for a walk.
Britain lags behind in the European childcare stakes.
The lame child lagged behind.
Consumption has lagged behind overall economic expansion.
James always lagged behind his classmates, and finally the teacher realized it was because he had a learning disability.
There is visible lag while switching between apps.
This area of skin care has lagged behind.
The heavier ones lag behind while the lighter ones pull ahead.
Agriculture was lagging behind the general prosperity levels.
Housing construction in towns and cities lagged behind urban population growth.
Those who lagged behind or fell were shot.
They run perfectly without lag and look great.