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English definition of “walkout”

walkout

noun [C]  /ˈwɔkˌɑʊt/ us  
the act of leaving a place to show that you are unhappy, or (of workers) the act of stopping work because of a disagreement with management: Some people who were unhappy with the changes staged a walkout during the meeting. The airline barely averted a walkout by flight attendants this past June.
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