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Definition of 'stagger'

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He pulled himself off the fence and staggered about. The Sun (2010)He was staggering around and knocking things over. The Sun (2007)It has been a staggering collapse with just one win in the last eight games. The Sun (2008)What they will do with such staggering sums of money? The Sun (2015)We had far too much and staggered back to his place as it was nearer than mine. The Sun (2014)The scale of global inequality is quite simply staggering. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Players get paid staggering amounts of money. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But we also learn of their staggering courage. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Portsmouth are staggering from crisis to crisis. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Mine has been that of a drunk staggering back from the pub. The Sun (2014)The crowd swayed drunkenly and staggered forward and back. Hyland, Paul Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent (1994)The number of times this happens is quite staggering. O'Keeffe, John Your One Week Way to Mind-Fitness (1994)It also lumbered the new owner with a staggering amount of debt. Times, Sunday Times (2013)History has always consisted of humankind staggering from crisis to crisis. Times, Sunday Times (2009)That his staggering blunder about his tax debts happened while he was still in opposition will save him. The Sun (2011)That is just a staggering statistic. The Sun (2013)The fees have leapt by a staggering 350% over the past decade. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The 36-year-old then got out and staggered around but refused to take a breath test. The Sun (2010)But they were still losing staggering sums despite improving their figures for the 2011-12 season. The Sun (2012)His story of survival was staggering, his courage immense. Times, Sunday Times (2007)When a company or a sector is visibly staggering it is just a matter of choosing who to push off the sledge first. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He said: 'It is absolutely staggering and could muck up the end of our season. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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Translations for 'stagger'

British English: stagger /ˈstæɡə/ VERB
If you stagger, you walk very unsteadily, for example because you are ill or drunk.
She staggered back to the hospital.
  • American English: stagger
  • Arabic: يَتَهَادَى
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cambalear
  • Chinese: 蹒跚
  • Croatian: teturati
  • Czech: potácet 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
  • European Portuguese: cambalear
  • Romanian: a se bălăbăni
  • Russian: идти шатаясь
  • Spanish: tambalearse
  • Swedish: raggla
  • Thai: เดินเซ
  • Turkish: sendelemek
  • Ukrainian: іти хитаючись
  • Vietnamese: đi loạng choạng

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