Definition of walkout in English:

walkout

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Pronunciation: /ˈwɔːkaʊt
 
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noun

  • A sudden angry departure, especially as a protest or strike: opposition MPs staged a walkout during the budget session these decisions provoked a walkout by the Dutch delegate
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    • We have had a massive rejection of the pay offer and there have been unofficial walkouts.
    • They know this would probably lead to solidarity walkouts and a wider strike.
    • There were walkouts of council workers in neighbourhood offices around Birmingham.
    Synonyms
    strike, industrial action, stoppage, withdrawal of labour, go-slow, protest; revolt, mutiny, rebellion

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