Noun(1) a group's refusal to work in protest against low pay or bad work conditions(2) an attack that is intended to seize or inflict damage on or destroy an objective(3) a gentle blow(4) a score in tenpins: knocking down all ten with the first ball(5) (baseball(6) a conspicuous success
Verb(1) deliver a sharp blow, as with the hand, fist, or weapon(2) have an emotional or cognitive impact upon(3) hit against; come into sudden contact with(4) make a strategic, offensive, assault against an enemy, opponent, or a target(5) indicate (a certain time(6) affect or afflict suddenly, usually adversely(7) stop work in order to press demands(8) touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly(9) attain(10) produce by manipulating keys or strings of musical instruments(11) cause to form (an electric arc(12) find unexpectedly(13) produce by ignition or a blow(14) remove by erasing or crossing out or as if by drawing a line(15) cause to experience suddenly(16) drive something violently into a location
(1) In Lahore again 4,000 railway employees also went on strike .(2) if they do strike oil, there will be another test well in a year's time(3) I will strike his name from the list(4) But instead of going in the gutter, the ball hooked into the pocket for a strike .(5) It will be the theatrical cut for every country - that's based on it costing too much to go back and do an uncut version for other markets, and strike new prints.(6) to strike a sliotar(7) Reid says hunters and trappers tried to strike a compromise by agreeing to strictly limited hunting and trapping seasons.(8) While they do want an attack, a military strike , they're saying don't rush into it.(9) after two years he was able to strike out on his own(10) Unlike many of nature's deadly forces, earthquakes almost always strike without warning.(11) In the 1956 war in the Sinai, Israel proved that a preemptive strike could delay an enemy's preparation for war for years.(12) He's trying to grow cuttings, but doesn't even know which part of the plant is best to strike from.(13) Piazza was down one strike and no balls when he slammed Rivera's second pitch deep to center field.(14) She's adamant that she'll begin an indefinite hunger strike once she reaches jail.(15) Police believe he would have taken his assault further had he not been interrupted, and say this violent and dangerous man could strike again.(16) I do not blame film-makers for creating films for the medium it is likely to make the most money, but when you intend to strike Imax prints, please make the effort to use the medium.