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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…
(Definition of wildcat strike from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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