Entry from British & World English dictionary
(In the former Soviet Union) a body of workers who exceeded production quotas and were assigned to an especially urgent or arduous task.
- Some Chinese theorists have recommended organizing network special warfare detachments and computer experts to form a shock brigade of ‘network warriors’ to accomplish this task.
- Though she is three years younger than me, she is in charge of my shock brigade group.
- They should become a shock brigade on the labour front of socialist construction, one worthy of the people's trust.
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