Definition of STRIKE

a work stoppage by a body of workers intended to force an employer to meet their demands <the nurses will go on strike tomorrow unless they're finally given a pay raise>
Synonyms walkout
a feature of someone or something that creates difficulty for achieving success <kids born into poverty already have a strike against them>
Antonyms advantage, asset, edge, plus
a forceful coming together of two things <the strike of a hammer against a nail always has a satisfying sound when you're building something yourself>
an unexpected benefit or advantage resulting from the uncertain course of events <she's made one strike after another since she began speculating in real estate>
Synonyms break, strike

March 01, 2015
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