timelag

time-lag

[tahym-lag]
noun
the period of time between two closely related events, phenomena, etc., as between stimulus and response or between cause and effect: a time-lag between the declaration of war and full war production.

Origin:
1890–95

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time-lag
 
n
an interval between two connected events

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