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lightning strikenoun [C]

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a situation where employees stop work suddenly and without warning because of a disagreement with their employer about job conditions, job losses, pay, etc.: Union representatives called a lightning strike over a deadlock with the railway.
(Definition of lightning strike from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) “野猫”式罢工,闪电式罢工…
in Chinese (Traditional) “野貓”式罷工,閃電式罷工…
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