lagging in a sentence

He, being slowfooted, was of course already lagging two meters.

Universities are lagging behind when it comes to putting women in decision-making positions, according to a new study.

Development of high-tech industries in our country is lagging, and we need to take measures to catch up with the rest of Europe.

In the 6th century, China was an extraordinarily advanced culture, and the Japanese rulers felt that their country was lagging behind.

Although anti-smoking policies have been being widely implemented in the developed world, they are lagging far behind in the poorer nations.

Although anti-smoking policies have been being widely implemented in the developed world, they are lagging far behind in the poorer nations.

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Housing construction is lagging behind pre-recession levels, data show.

Even the largest television markets on the continent are lagging behind.

China’s government has committed to reform, but its efforts are lagging.

Official figures show the community lagging behind more veteran Israelis.

Expected to be a frontrunner at this point, he’s been lagging in the polls.

Bradley was six shots behind, while Johnson was lagging at seven shots out.

Housing construction is still lagging behind pre-recession levels, data show.

The far-left Podemos party is lagging behind but could turn into a powerbroker.

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The park has become more fan friendly the past few years, but attendance is still lagging.

There are at least five ways that Dortmund are lagging behind in the Bundesliga at the moment.

The aboriginal population still are lagging behind the population in terms of turnout, Adams said.

And the aforementioned lagging behavior is mostly absent.