Detailed Translations for stagger from English to French


to stagger verb (staggers, staggered, staggering)

  1. to stagger (dumbfound)
    impressioner; stupéfier; époustoufler; ébahir; estomaquer; interloquer
    • stupéfier verb
    • époustoufler verb (époustoufle, époustoufles, époustouflons, époustouflez, )
    • ébahir verb
    • estomaquer verb
  2. to stagger (sway; falter)
    chanceler; vaciller; osciller; balancer
    • chanceler verb (chancelle, chancelles, chancelons, chancelez, )
    • vaciller verb (vacille, vacilles, vacillons, vacillez, )
    • osciller verb (oscille, oscilles, oscillons, oscillez, )
    • balancer verb (balance, balances, balançons, balancez, )
  3. to stagger (waddle; sway)
    tituber; chanceler
    • tituber verb (titube, titubes, titubons, titubez, )
    • chanceler verb (chancelle, chancelles, chancelons, chancelez, )

Conjugations for stagger:

  1. stagger
  2. stagger
  3. staggers
  4. stagger
  5. stagger
  6. stagger
simple past
  1. staggered
  2. staggered
  3. staggered
  4. staggered
  5. staggered
  6. staggered
present perfect
  1. have staggered
  2. have staggered
  3. has staggered
  4. have staggered
  5. have staggered
  6. have staggered
past continuous
  1. was staggering
  2. were staggering
  3. was staggering
  4. were staggering
  5. were staggering
  6. were staggering
  1. shall stagger
  2. will stagger
  3. will stagger
  4. shall stagger
  5. will stagger
  6. will stagger
continuous present
  1. am staggering
  2. are staggering
  3. is staggering
  4. are staggering
  5. are staggering
  6. are staggering
  1. be staggered
  2. be staggered
  3. be staggered
  4. be staggered
  5. be staggered
  6. be staggered
  1. stagger!
  2. let's stagger!
  3. staggered
  4. staggering
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for stagger:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- lurch; stumble
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
balancer falter; stagger; sway balance; be indecised; craddle; cradle; dangle; heave; hesitate; lull; oscillate; procrastinate; put off; question; roam; rock; roll; sway; swing; swing to and fro; swish; tarry; vacillate; wander; waver; whirl; wobble
chanceler falter; stagger; sway; waddle craddle; dangle; heave; lull; oscillate; rock; roll; sway; swing; swing to and fro; whirl; wobble
estomaquer dumbfound; stagger
impressioner dumbfound; stagger
interloquer dumbfound; stagger
osciller falter; stagger; sway blaze; craddle; cradle; dangle; flame; fluctuate; heave; lever; lull; oscillate; rock; roll; sway; swing; swing to and fro; vary; whirl; wobble; wrench
stupéfier dumbfound; stagger
tituber stagger; sway; waddle craddle; dangle; fluctuate; heave; lull; oscillate; rock; roll; sway; swing; swing to and fro; vary; wobble
vaciller falter; stagger; sway blaze; craddle; dangle; flame; fluctuate; heave; lull; oscillate; rock; roll; sway; swing; swing to and fro; vary; whirl; wobble
ébahir dumbfound; stagger
époustoufler dumbfound; stagger
- careen; distribute; flounder; keel; lurch; reel; swag

Related Words for "stagger":

Synonyms for "stagger":

Related Definitions for "stagger":

  1. an unsteady uneven gait1
  2. to arrange in a systematic order1
    • stagger the chairs in the lecture hall1
  3. astound or overwhelm, as with shock1
    • She was staggered with bills after she tried to rebuild her house following the earthquake1
  4. walk as if unable to control one's movements1
    • The drunken man staggered into the room1
  5. walk with great difficulty1
    • He staggered along in the heavy snow1

Wiktionary Translations for stagger:

  1. to move to one side and the other, as if about to fall, in standing or walking
  2. to walk in an awkward, drunken fashion
  3. to begin to doubt and waver in purposes
  1. assourdir, étourdir par un grand bruit.
  2. (familier, fr) hésiter, avoir de la peine à se déterminer, particulièrement quand il s’agir d’un achat, d’une affaire, d’un traité.
  3. Être peu ferme sur ses pieds
  4. Ne pas être assuré
  5. frapper de stupeur, stupéfier.
  6. engourdir, diminuer ou suspendre le sentiment et le mouvement.
  7. marcher en chancelant
  8. profondément étonner au point de couper le souffle.
  9. (term, sens étymologique concret) ébranler à la manière du tonnerre.
  1. Action de flageoler, tremblement.

Cross Translation:
stagger chanceler; chambranler taumeln — (intransitiv): schwankend bewegen mit der Gefahr umzufallen
stagger vaciller; chambranler taumeln — (intransitiv): sich schwankend irgendwohin bewegen

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