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jet lag, time differences
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Chinese text: 時差

The meanings in Chinese:

jet lag
extreme tiredness and other physical effects
felt by a person after a long flight
across different time zones

time differences
(between places of different time zones)

combination of characters:

time

pronunciation:
shi~2


difference

pronunciation:
cha~1

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