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  1. strike

    • IPA[strʌɪk]

    英式

    • v.
      hit forcibly and deliberately with one's hand or a weapon or other implement;inflict (a blow)
    • n.
      a refusal to work organized by a body of employees as a form of protest, typically in an attempt to gain a concession or concessions from their employer;an organized refusal to do something expected or required, with a similar aim
    • verb: strike, 3rd person present: strikes, gerund or present participle: striking, past tense: struck, past participle: struck

    • noun: strike, plural noun: strikes

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    • 1. a refusal to work organized by a body of employees as a form of protest, typically in an attempt to gain a concession or concessions from their employer dockers voted for an all-out strike local government workers went on strike 同義詞 walkout, industrial action
    • an organized refusal to do something expected or required, with a similar aim a rent strike
    • 2. a sudden attack, typically a military one the threat of nuclear strikes 同義詞 attack, air strike, air attack, assault, bombing, ... 更多
    • (in sporting contexts) an act of hitting or kicking a ball his 32nd-minute strike helped the team to end a run of three defeats
    • (in tenpin bowling) an act of knocking down all the pins with one's first ball.
    • an act or instance of jerking or tightening the line to secure a fish that has already taken the bait or fly.
    • 3. a discovery of gold, minerals, or oil by drilling or mining the Lena goldfields strike of 1912 同義詞 find, discovery, unearthing, uncovering
    • 4. a batter's unsuccessful attempt to hit a pitched ball.
    • a pitch that passes through the strike zone.
    • North American something to one's discredit when they returned from Vietnam they had two strikes against them
    • 5. the horizontal or compass direction of a stratum, fault, or other geological feature the mine workings follow the strike of the Bonsor Vein
    • 6. short for fly strike
    • v.
      past participle of strike
    • adj.
      seriously affected by an undesirable condition or unpleasant feeling: the pilot landed the stricken aircraft Raymond was stricken with grief

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      past participle of strike
    • adj.
      seriously affected by an undesirable condition or unpleasant feeling: the pilot landed the stricken aircraft Raymond was stricken with grief

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • past and past participle of strike

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • past and past participle of strike

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      start out on a new or independent course or endeavor

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      start out on a new or independent course or endeavour

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a military force equipped and organized for sudden attack.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      kill or seriously incapacitate someone

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[strīk]

    美式

    • v.
      hit forcibly and deliberately with one's hand or a weapon or other implement: he raised his hand, as if to strike me one man was struck on the head with a stick
    • n.
      a refusal to work organized by a body of employees as a form of protest, typically in an ... dockers voted for an all-out strike local government workers went on strike

    Oxford American Dictionary

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