英 [ˈstæɡərɪŋ] 美 [ˈstæɡərɪŋ]
派生词： staggeringly adv.
so great, shocking or surprising that it is difficult to believe
漂亮 / 昂贵得令人难以置信
1.Australia's second-largest bank, Westpac, has been accused of 23 million breaches of anti-money laundering and counterterrorism financing laws, which in theory could result in a fine of up to a staggering US$328 trillion.
2.A recent report by the non-profit group EdChoice showed that a staggering 15 percent of parents would prefer homeschooling over other educational alternatives such as private, public, or charter schools.
3.The results from this unit are staggering.
4.He was hobbling [ staggering] along.
5.Sandel swayed, but did not fall, staggering back to the ropes and holding on.
6.I find their decision simply staggering.
7.A handful of people took staggering risks with America's largest financial institutions.
8.A staggering number of civilians and prisoners of war were killed, he said.
9.That's a staggering rate of failure.
10.I saw a drunk staggering up the street.