10-day time lag vs 10-day lag


New Member
Español, Argentina
Hello everyone.

I understand that "time lag" is a common noun phrase that is widely used.

However, if I indicate the length of the lag, does it sound redundant to you to specify it's a "time" lag?

I'm not a native speaker and I couldn't find the answer to this in the dictionaries I've consulted. Hence, my hesitation while choosing between the two options:
10-day time lag
10-day lag

Thanks in advance!
  • kentix

    Senior Member
    English - U.S.
    Please write a sample sentence so we can understand the meaning you intend in full context. Different sentences might have different answers.
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