anti–strike

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adjective an·ti–strike \ˌan-tē-ˈstrīk, ˌan-tī-\
variants: or

antistrike

Definition of anti–strike

  1. :  serving or intended to discourage or prevent strikes anti-strike laws … Papandreou instituted draconian anti-strike controls over public-sector employees to preempt any danger of trade-union resistance to the costs of the new financial course, as unemployment inevitably rose. — Perry Anderson

1859

First Known Use of anti–strike

1859


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