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staggered
Pronunciation: /ˈstægərd/, /ˈstægəd/

Translation of staggered in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1 (amazed) when she told me, I was absolutely staggered
    me quedé estupefacto or helado or pasmado cuando me lo dijo
  • 2 (alternating) See examples: staggered junction o crossroads
    empalmes (masculine plural) contrarios sucesivos
    staggered working hours
    horario (masculine) escalonado

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