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all-out strikenoun [C]

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WORKPLACE a strike (= time when workers refuse to work as a protest) that involves all employees of a company or all members of a union (= organization representing workers): The ballot showed a clear majority in favour of an all-out strike.
(Definition of all-out strike from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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