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Spanish translation of “picket”

picket

noun /ˈpikit/
(any one of) a number of people employed at a factory etc who are on strike and who try to persuade workers not to go to work there, not to deliver goods there etc
piquete
The men set up a picket to stop lorries/trucks getting into the factory (also adjective) a picket line.
a soldier or a small group of soldiers on special duty, usually to guard against a sudden attack by the enemy
piquete
The commander placed pickets at various points round the camp (also adjective) picket duty.
(Definition of picket from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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