jetlagged

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jetlagged

[ˈdʒetˌlægd] ADJ to be jetlaggedtener jet lag, estar desfasado por el viaje en avión
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Pillow-top mattresses, featherbeds and custom duvets afford the jetlagged traveler an ideal place to get a restful night's sleep, while marble bathrooms with Bath and Body Works bath amenities offer a luxurious space to prepare for a busy day in the city.
The Albion squad doesn't seem to have had more than four or five weeks together since the summer and there's always the potential of players picking up an injury or, in the case of Salomon Rondon, being jetlagged.
The Hare & Hounds picked up a solid 8-5 win against Norfolk EC and We Also Vemma smashed 11 past Loc8 who looked jetlagged from their recent trip to Thailand.
And despite holing up in his hotel room for 14 hours overnight, the jetlagged Ulsterman admitted he struggled to control his emotions during his opening one-under-par 71 which left him six shots behind leader Francesco Molinari.
Kevin Keegan, never afraid of the big decision, condemned Tino Asprilla to the subs' bench despite him scoring a hat-trick for Colombia against Chile because he thought the spaghetti legs of our hero could be jetlagged.
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Depending on where you've flown to you're jetlagged, you're excited, you're nervous, you've got all sorts of emotions running through your head.
The honeymooning pair arrived in Adelaide earlier than they planned to spare them from being jetlagged by Monday.
Malawi is amongst the poorest nations in the world and for a jetlagged kid, with the opulence of Canada fresh in his mind, it was a lot to take in.
In our jetlagged delirium on New Year's Day Jo and I decided to do the same.
He's still feeling a little jetlagged but jokes that he'll have to get an air mile loyalty card at some point with all the travelling he's been doing this year.