罢工 (Chinese PinYin: [bà gōng]; traditional Chinese:罷工) may mean: (1) noun. labor strike; walkout; (2) verb. go on strike. Literally: 罢 (suspend) + 工 (work). It is a medium-frequency word and can be used in both formal and informal Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 罢工行动 (strike action), 大罢工 (general strike), 罢工人士 (striker), 在罢工 / 罢工中 (be on strike), 工人罢工 (labor strike), 教师罢工 (teacher strike), 实行罢工 (go out on strike), 罢工自由 (freedom of strike), 政治罢工 (political strike).
1. How to pronounce 罢工?
Chinese Pinyin: [bà gōng]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 罢工
Synonyms: 歇工, 停工
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 罢工
Fixed expression: 罢工行动 (strike action), 大罢工 (general strike), 罢工人士 (striker),
Collocation: 在罢工 / 罢工中 (be on strike), 工人罢工 (labor strike), 教师罢工 (teacher strike), 实行罢工 (go out on strike), 罢工自由 (freedom of strike), 政治罢工 (political strike),
4. How to use 罢工 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 罢工.
Translation: My company was entirely crippled by the strike.
Translation: His email triggered a strike.
Translation: Will this strike last forever?
Translation: There were daily strikes and demonstrations.
Translation: Strike action, also known as a walkout, a work stoppage caused by the mass refusal of employees to perform work.
4.6 临时协议破裂后，全州的工人继续罢工。 现在他们的团结将会被考验。
Translation: Workers across the state continued the strike after a tentative deal fell apart. Now their solidarity will be tested.
Translation: West Virginia governor Jim Justice defended his role in attempting to resolve the teachers strike that has left all public schools closed for the past week.
Translation: Factory workers staged a walkout to protest for proper working conditions.
5. Stroke Order
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