Definition of Jet lag
a tired and sometimes sick feeling after traveling on a plane into a different time zone
Examples of Jet lag in a sentence
After landing at the airport in Germany, the 10-hour flight from the U.S. caused all of us to have jet lag and therefore sleep for several hours.
The new flight attendant was happy to find out from her veteran colleagues that the jet lag will diminish over time and these long trips will not make her so sleepy.
“I will have to take a nap from this jet lag,” the business man yawned as he headed to his hotel room after his long trip.
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