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wildcat strike

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌwaɪld.kætˈstraɪk/ ( UK also lightning strike)
a sudden strike without the usual warning by the workers and often without the official support of the unions
(事先没有警告的且常没有工会支持的)“野猫”式罢工,闪电式罢工
Industrial action
Translations of “wildcat strike”
in Chinese (Traditional) (事先沒有警告的且常沒有工會支持的)「野貓」式罷工,閃電式罷工…
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