US: /ˈstæɡɝˌɪŋ/
UK: /stˈæɡəɹɪŋ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

staggering /'stægəriɳ/
  • tính từ
    • làm lảo đảo, làm loạng choạng; làm choáng người

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
so large, shocking or surprising that it is difficult to believe
They paid a staggering £1 million for the house.
staggeringly adverb: staggeringly beautiful / expensive

Thesaurus dictionary

1 totter, reel, lurch, teeter, sway, walk unsteadily or shakily, pitch, rock, wobble:
When he staggered in, they thought he was drunk till they saw the knife in his back. I was already staggering under the burden of a heavy mortgage and three children and two elderly parents to care for.
2 surprise, amaze, astound, astonish, overwhelm, overcome, dumbfound or dumfound, shock, stupefy, stun, nonplus, floor, confound, bewilder, startle, jolt, shake (up), take one's breath away, make one's head swim, take (someone) aback, throw (someone) off balance, tax, burden, Colloq flabbergast, flummox, bowl over, Slang blow (someone's) mind:
The cost of cleaning up the oil spill will be staggering. He was staggered by her announcement.
3 alternate, space (out), vary, rearrange, zigzag, US change off:
Working hours will be staggered during the holiday period. We could strengthen the structure by staggering the positions of the columns.

Collocation dictionary




absolutely, quite
The public response was absolutely staggering.
| fairly, pretty

Concise English dictionary

+so surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm
+an unsteady uneven gait
+walk as if unable to control one's movements
+walk with great difficulty
+to arrange in a systematic order
+astound or overwhelm, as with shock