lag


lag
Synonyms and related words:
afterthought, antedate, arrest, be found wanting, bind, block, blockage, bureaucratic delay, cast out, check, closing, collapse, come short, con, concluding, confine, dalliance, dally, dallying, dawdle, dawdling, dead time, deceleration, decline, delay, delayage, delayed reaction, deport, detain, detention, diddle, dilatoriness, dillydally, dillydallying, displace, doodle, double take, drag, dragging, ease-off, ease-up, eventual, exile, expatriate, expel, fail, fall away, fall behind, fall short, falter, final, flag, flagging, foredate, gain, get behind, goof off, halt, hang back, hang-up, hinder, hindmost, hindrance, hold back, hold up, holdup, hysteresis, impede, interim, jailbird, jam, keep back, lack, lagging, latest, latter, letdown, letup, linger, linger behind, lingering, logjam, loiter, loitering, lollygag, lollygagging, lose ground, loser, make late, minus acceleration, misdate, mistime, moratorium, not answer, not hack it, not make it, not make out, not measure up, not stretch, not suffice, obstruct, obstruction, output lag, paperasserie, pause, piddle, poke, postdate, process lag, procrastinate, procrastination, put off, red tape, red-tapeism, red-tapery, relegate, reprieve, respite, retard, retardance, retardation, retardment, run short, setback, shilly-shally, shilly-shallying, slack-up, slacken, slackening, slow, slow down, slow-up, slowdown, slowing, slowing down, slowness, slowup, slump, stay, stay of execution, stop, stop short, stoppage, straggle, suspension, tarry, tarrying, terminal, throughput, tie-up, time constants, time lag, time lead, trail, trail behind, transport, ultimate, wait, want, waste time

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  • lag — lag·an; lag; lag·e·na·ri·a; lag·e·nid·i·a·ce·ae; lag·e·nid·i·a·les; lag·e·noph·o·ra; lag·e·nos·to·ma; lag·gar; lag·gard·ness; lag·gin; lag·ging·ly; …   English syllables

  • LAG — est une compagnie belge fondée en 1947 par deux frères, Lambert et Arnold Geusens, d où le nom. Sommaire 1 Un fournisseur polyvalent 2 De LAG Bus à Van Hool 3 Situation récente 4 Galerie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • LAG 40 — Un LAG 40 de la Infantería de Marina de España. Tipo Lanzagranadas automático País de origen …   Wikipedia Español

  • Lag — Lag, n. 1. One who lags; that which comes in last. [Obs.] The lag of all the flock. Pope. [1913 Webster] 2. The fag end; the rump; hence, the lowest class. [1913 Webster] The common lag of people. Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. The amount of retardation …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • LAG — wird als Abkürzung verwendet für: Landarbeitsgesetz (Österreich) Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft Landesarbeitsgericht Lastenausgleichsgesetz (Deutschland) Laufstall Arbeits Gemeinschaft e.V. La Guaira, Venezuela (Internationaler Flughafencode)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lag — (del inglés lag behind, rezagarse) es el retraso producido en una telecomunicación que dificulta el desarrollo normal de la misma, provocando desorientación o incomodidad en el usuario. Mientras toda comunicación a distancia implica un cierto… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Lag — (engl. Verzögerung) ist eine erhöhte Verzögerungszeit in Computernetzwerken und Telefonalangen. Diese tritt meist bei Problemen mit einer Server Client Verbindung auf, wenn Datenpakete zwischen den Teilnehmern einer solchen Verbindung unerwartet… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lag — Lag, a. [Of Celtic origin: cf. Gael. & Ir. lagweak, feeble, faint, W. llag, llac, slack, loose, remiss, sluggish; prob. akin to E. lax, languid.] 1. Coming tardily after or behind; slow; tardy. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Came too lag to see him buried …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lag — Ⅰ. lag [1] ► VERB (lagged, lagging) ▪ fall behind; follow after a delay. ► NOUN (also time lag) ▪ a period of time between two events; a delay. ORIGIN originally in the sense hindmost person : related to the dialect adjective lag (perh …   English terms dictionary

  • lag — lag1 [lag] vi. lagged, lagging [? akin to obs. Dan lakke, to go slowly] 1. a) to fall, move, or stay behind; loiter; linger b) to move or develop more slowly than expected, desired, etc.; be retarded in motion, development, etc. 2. to become… …   English World dictionary

  • Lag — Lag, v. t. 1. To cause to lag; to slacken. [Obs.] To lag his flight. Heywood. [1913 Webster] 2. (Mach.) To cover, as the cylinder of a steam engine, with lags. See {Lag}, n., 4. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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