Definitions for laggingˈlæg ɪŋ
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used to wrap around pipes or boilers or laid in attics to prevent loss of heat
The covering of something with strips of felt, wood etc, either as insulation or for protection
The material so used
falling behind, not keeping up the pace
Occurring after; indicating the later phase of
the clothing (esp., an outer, wooden covering), as of a steam cylinder, applied to prevent the radiation of heat; a covering of lags; -- called also deading and cleading
lags, collectively; narrow planks extending from one rib to another in the centering of arches
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The overall tone in Hong Kong has improved as we were lagging from other markets in the past month.
You can’t fudge the numbers, we went from lagging behind to leading in every product category in every market segment.
The Chinese are probably concerned that at the moment at least, the KMT is lagging far behind the opposition DPP in the polls.
America has always been innovative, and the President has pushed entrepreneurship. We’re lagging in average broadband speed than many other countries and that’s ridiculous to me.
We are far less sanguine and think that the developed stock markets may be lagging behind other asset classes as investors position ahead of Fed tightening while global economic data continues to fuel market worries.
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