Hindi translation of 'stagger'
stagger /ˈstæɡə ˈस्टैगअ/
Word forms: staggers, staggering, staggered
1. intransitive verb
If you stagger, you walk very unsteadily, for example because you are ill or drunk.
लड़खड़ा कर चलना
She staggered back to the hospital.
2. transitive verb
If something staggers you, it surprises you very much.
staggered adjective after link verb
We have been staggered at the success of the scheme.
3. transitive verb
To stagger things means to arrange them so that they do not all happen at the same time.
अलग-अलग समय पर व्यवस्थित करना
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Example Sentences Including 'stagger'
Then Bruno gave a sudden woof and at the same moment Mary-Lou saw Jocelyn, just ahead, stagger and fall.Challenge for the Chalet School
Her legs felt like lead and her head as light as a helium balloon, but she managed to stagger five or six steps without falling down.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
All he could do was to stagger out onto the landing, into the light, where Drew could see him.SACRAMENT (2001)
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'stagger' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَتَهَادَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: cambalear
- Chinese: 蹒跚
- Croatian: teturati
- Czech: potácet se zapotácet se
- Danish: vakle
- Dutch: wankelen
- European Spanish: tambalearse
- Finnish: kävellä horjuen
- French: tituber
- German: taumeln
- Greek: τρικλίζω
- Italian: barcollare
- Japanese: よろめく
- Korean: 비틀거리다
- Norwegian: vingle
- Polish: zatoczyć się zataczać się
- Portuguese: cambalear
- Romanian: a se bălăbăni
- Russian: идти шатаясь
- Spanish: tambalearse
- Swedish: raggla
- Thai: เดินเซ
- Turkish: sendelemek
- Ukrainian: іти хитаючись
- Vietnamese: đi loạng choạng
Translation of stagger from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary