stagger - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "stagger" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

stagger / шататься, колебаться, регулировать часы работы
stagger, totter, falter, reel, gad, mosey
hesitate, fluctuate, sway, oscillate, vibrate, stagger
регулировать часы работы
имя существительное
reel, vacillation, stagger, wandering, play, roaming
зигзагообразное расположение
stagger, teeter, wamble, lurch
имя существительное
an unsteady walk or movement.
she walked with a stagger
an arrangement of things in a zigzag order or so that they are not in line.
This arrangement produces a systematic stagger between the adjacent lattices as shown in Fig.5, A.
walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall.
he staggered to his feet, swaying a little
astonish or deeply shock.
I was staggered to find it was six o'clock
arrange (events, payments, hours, etc.) so that they do not occur at the same time; spread over a period of time.
meetings are staggered throughout the day
They fall into taxis or stagger happily on down to the Nitelink bus and sing all the way home.
Since I've moved house, my local is now the Drayton Court, just a short stagger from BNI Towers.
she walked with a stagger
A succession of weak Prime Ministers and lack-lustre governments saw the country stagger from bad to worse.
Then, as if in a dream, I lifted the broom off the sidewalk and saw the beetle stagger , right itself, and run off.
Once the curtain falls, you'll stagger outside feeling unbalanced, wondering what just happened and what it all means.
Also, on hearing of the crush at the cattle camps, the Collector, B. Rajashekar, moved to stagger the fodder hours.
Are their provisions for the protection of members, a safety net of sorts, should the investment bank stagger , or worse, collapse?
He walked with a stoop and a rolling gait, the once upright take-on-the-world stance of the magnificent athlete now reduced to a shambling stagger .
Many would probably prefer to be only a short walk from the office in the morning and a drunken stagger back from the bars at night.