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staggered is stagger's Past Tense

stagger

US [ˈstæɡə(r)]
UK [ˈstæɡə(r)d]
  • adj.震惊;大吃一惊;交错的;错开的
  • v.(因衰弱, 负重, 醉酒等)蹒跚;摇摆;(指打击或震惊)使蹒跚
  • n.摇晃;蹒跚(的步伐)
  • Web交错式
Past Tense:staggered  Present Participle:staggering  Simple Present:staggers  
staggered
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adj.
1.
[nbn]
~ (at/by sth).~ (to hear, learn, see, etc.)
震惊;大吃一惊very surprised and shocked at sth you are told or at sth that happens
I was staggered at the amount of money the ring cost.
那戒指那么贵,我非常吃惊。
2.
交错的;错开的arranged in such a way that not everything happens at the same time
staggered working hours(= people start and finish at different times)
互相交错的工作时间

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