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flying picketnoun [C]

uk   us   WORKPLACE
a ​worker who ​travels to ​supportworkers who are on ​strike (= ​refusing to ​work) at another ​place of ​work: Employers may be able to take ​legalaction to ​stop other ​forms of ​action, such as the use of ​flyingpickets.
(Definition of flying picket from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “flying picket”
in Chinese (Simplified) (别处工厂罢工时前去声援的)流动宣传员…
in Chinese (Traditional) (別處工廠罷工時前去聲援的)流動宣傳員…
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