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Spanish translation of “stagger”

stagger

verb /ˈstӕɡə/
to sway, move or walk unsteadily
tambalearse
The drunk man staggered along the road.
to astonish
pasmar
I was staggered to hear he had died.
to arrange (people’s hours of work, holidays etc) so that they do not begin and end at the same times
organizar
The interviews have been staggered throughout the course of the afternoon.
staggering adjective causing unsteadiness, shock or astonishment
impactante
a staggering blow on the side of the head That piece of news is staggering.
(Definition of stagger from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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