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jet lag

also jet·lag (jĕt′lăg′)
n.
A temporary disruption of bodily rhythms caused by high-speed travel across several time zones typically in a jet aircraft.

jet′-lagged′ adj.
Translations
pásmová nemoc
jetlag
aikaerorasitus
時差ぼけ
시차로 인한 피로
jetlag
sự mệt mỏi sau một chuyến bay dài

jetlag

تَعَبٌ بَعْدَ السَّفَرُ بِالطَّائِرَةِ pásmová nemoc jetlag Jetlag τζέτλαγκ desfase horario aikaerorasitus décalage horaire tegobe nakon leta zbog promjene vremenskih zona jetlag 時差ぼけ 시차로 인한 피로 jetlag jetlag zmęczenie spowodowane zmianą stref czasowych przy podróży lotniczej jet lag нарушение биоритмов из-за долгого перелета jetlag ความรู้สึกหมดแรงและสูญเสียทิศทางเพราะการเดินทางระหว่างเวลาที่ต่างกัน uçak tutması sự mệt mỏi sau một chuyến bay dài 时差
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