stagger work shifts
to stagger office hours
The drunkard stagger across the road.
To walk unsteadily or feebly;stagger.
The unexpected blow did not stagger his resolution.
She gave a stagger as she began to feel faint.
The young lady stagger a moment,and then step forward.
He picked up the heavy suitcase and set off with a stagger.
Education,however,have manage to stagger on in spite of these pleasant diversion
We have to stagger the lunch hour so that there are always someone on the switchboard.