stagger
intransitive verb
1. (to walk unsteadily) 
Juan and his friends drunkenly stumbled out of the bar and into a taxi.Borrachos, Juan y sus amigos salieron tambaleándose del bar y se subieron a un taxi.
transitive verb
2. (to astonish) 
The exorbitant price of dinner staggered everyone at the table.El precio exorbitante de la cena dejó anonadados a todos los que estaban en la mesa.
The rudeness of our guests completely staggered me.La grosería de nuestros huéspedes me dejó totalmente pasmado.
3. (to spread over time) 
a. escalonar 
It will be easier if everyone staggers their breaks instead of leaving all at once.Sería más facil si todos escalonaran sus pausas en vez de salir todos a la vez.
stagger
transitive verb
1. (astound) 
a. dejar anonadado(a) 
2. (work, holidays) 
a. escalonar 
intransitive verb
3. (stumble) 
a. tambalearse 
to stagger alongir tambaleándose
to stagger to one's feetlevantarse tambaleándose
stagger [ˈstæɡəʳ]
noun
1 tambaleo (m)
2 staggers (Veterinary Science) modorra (f)
intransitive verb
tambalear
he staggered to the door fue tambaleándose hasta la puerta; he was staggering about iba tambaleándose
transitive verb
1 (amaze) dejar anonadado; dejar pasmado
you stagger me! what really staggered me was his treatment in the States
we were staggered by the number of letters we received nos dejó anonadados or pasmados la cantidad de cartas que recibimos
2 [+hours, holidays, payments, spokes] escalonar
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