jetlagged

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jetlagged

[ˈdʒetˌlægd] ADJ to be jetlaggedtener jet lag, estar desfasado por el viaje en avión
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I was doing a show and I was so jetlagged and I was up in the middle of the night watching Fashion TV, which they had in this country I was in, and he had this beautiful show and I was like, 'Who is this guy?'"
"He's still jetlagged but our import was out there helping us get rebounds and blocks," said Dimaunahan.
Last January, at the end of a very long, very ambitious dinner cooked for a group of jetlagged visiting culinary luminaries at the Tower of David, a 14th-century citadel in Jerusalem's Old City, something extraordinary happened: There was room for dessert.
When Ateneo lost to National University (NU) during his last year in the juniors division (they were coming off a long trip and international tournament in Iran and played Game One of the championship series while tired and severely jetlagged), there were whispers that he wasn't made of the stern stuff that his dad and older brother were made of.
Super jetlagged but giant cups of tea and coffee are getting me through!
'Dropped by the @missuniverse headquarters today super jetlagged but giant cups of tea and coffee are getting me through!
"Though I am still jetlagged, the Korean ballet company was almost equivalent to European dance companies.
class twice per week is most likely socially jetlagged," he told.
She was jetlagged."She'd just got off the plane in the morning, was on a full duty right through and the only time she'd got a break was when she sat in a car from Brisbane down to (Gold Coast)."
One user wrote, "Will I be jetlagged if I travel from Nicosia to Famagusta?" while another commented, "I was going to visit you but I was scared of getting jetlagged while coming to your house."
"We're feeling jetlagged! We had a good couple of days together to finish off the tour," the Lions captain said.
The worker, who quit after he got sick of dealing with up to 10 complaints a day, said customers were often jetlagged and failed to spot damage until next day.