Meaning of “stagger” - Learner’s Dictionary

stagger

verb uk us /ˈstæɡər/
MOVE [ I ]

to walk as if you might fall:

He staggered drunkenly towards the door.
ARRANGE [ T ]

to arrange events so that they do not happen at the same time:

We stagger our lunch breaks at work.

(Definition of “stagger” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)