- n an unsteady uneven gait
- v walk as if unable to control one's movements
The drunken man staggered into the room
- v walk with great difficulty
He staggered along in the heavy snow
- v to arrange in a systematic order
stagger the chairs in the lecture hall
- v astound or overwhelm, as with shock
She was staggered with bills after she tried to rebuild her house following the earthquake
- Offices and stores have also been ordered to stagger working hours, and buses to and from Olympic venues have been organized.
- Mondale, Hart and Jackson stagger through the final round In the Olympics, marathon runners end the 26.
- These are figures that stagger the imagination.
News & Articles
- Apple’s New Mac Pro: Suitably Stunning and Staggering
Apple's professional and advanced technical users have been, with a half broken heart, pining for Apple to introduce a flagship product, a new Mac Pro that would stun and stagger us. The company has not disappointed. Plus, it was oh, so smart to give us a sneak peek at WWDC, so that developers would see what would soon be in the hands of customers. The drool factor starts NOW.
June 10, 2013 - The Mac Observer
- Apple & the Mac Pro. Oh Please. Stun and Stagger Us
There are varying perspectives on what the next Mac Pro should be like. But everyone seems to agree that it should look beautiful, be insanely fast, have stupendus graphics power, be customer upgradeable to ridiculous amounts of RAM, boot from an SSD and be cooled by liquid helium if necessary in order to run rings around any everyday iMac. A WWDC announcement would stun and stagger us.
June 7, 2013 - The Mac Observer
- Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon in Centre Daily Times
If they would go ahead and throw (the marriage ban) out, we could stagger up to the alter,Lyon said with a grin.
- Peer Steinbrueck in International Herald Tribune
We must now try - beyond a single solution at Hypo Real Estate - to stretch a shield across Germany as a whole, so we do not stagger from one case to the next,Steinbrueck said on Deutschlandfunk radio.
- Damian Green in guardian.co.uk
Shadow immigration minister Damian Green called the plans "straightforward blackmail" to bolster "a failing policy". "This is an outrageous plan. The government has seen its ID cards proposals stagger from shambles to shambles. They are...