staggering advantage

staggering advantage

[′stag·ə·riŋ ad‚van·tij]
(communications)
Effective reduction of interference between carrier channels, due to staggering.
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Vettel had such a staggering advantage in the European Grand Prix he was sometimes two seconds a lap faster than the chasing field and was especially quick on fresh tyres.
Vettel had such a staggering advantage in the European Grand Prix he was up to two seconds a lap faster than the chasing field in Valencia, and was especially quick on fresh tyres.
Imagine a bookmaker is betting to a margin of 20 per cent - a high but not staggering advantage. Now, that is the equivalent of the bookmaker offering 4-5 over the whole race - that means for every pounds 100 you bet you will lose an average of pounds 20.