Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de strike

(sustantivo) 
Definition
a stopping of work, as a protest against working conditions, low pay, etc.
a call for a strike
Sinónimos
walkout
Moderate unions have refused to join the walkout.
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industrial action
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mutiny
A series of mutinies in the armed forces destabilized the regime.
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revolt
a revolt by ordinary people against the leaders
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stop-work or stop-work meeting (Australian)
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a military attack, esp. an air attack on a target on land or at sea
a nuclear strike
Sinónimos
attack
a campaign of air attacks on strategic targets
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bombing
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assault
The rebels are poised for a new assault.
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air strike
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blitz
Security forces are active since the bombing blitz last month.
(sustantivo) 
Definition
the discovery of a source of gold, oil, etc.
an oil strike off the Shetland Islands
Sinónimos
find
Another lucky find was a pair of candle-holders.
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discovery
In that year, two momentous discoveries were made.
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uncovering
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unearthing
(verbo) 
Definition
(of employees) to stop work collectively as a protest against working conditions, low pay, etc.
their recognition of the worker's right to strike
Sinónimos
walk out
Industrial action began this week, when most of the staff walked out.
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take industrial action
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down tools
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revolt
The townspeople revolted.
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mutiny
Units around the city mutinied after receiving no pay.
(verbo) 
Definition
to hit (someone)
She took two steps forward and struck him across the mouth.
Sinónimos
hit
She hit him hard across his left arm.
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pound
He pounded the table with his fist.
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box
They slapped my face and boxed my ears.
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punch
After punching him on the chin, she hit him over the head.
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hammer
Hammer a wooden peg into the hole.
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deck (slang)
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slap
My yoga instructor turned up and slapped me on the shoulder.
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sock (slang)
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chin (slang)
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clout (informal)
The officer clouted him on the head.
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cuff
He cuffed the child across the head.
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clump (slang)
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swipe
She swiped at him as though he were a fly.
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clobber (slang)
She clobbered him with a vase.
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smite
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wallop (informal)
She walloped me over the head with a cushion.
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lambast(e)
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lay a finger on (informal)
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lay one on (slang)
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beat or knock seven bells out of (informal)
(verbo) 
He struck the ball straight into the hospitality tents.
Sinónimos
drive
Curiosity drove me to probe into what they worked on together.
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propel
The rocket is designed to propel the spacecraft.
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force
They forced him to work for them at gun point.
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hit
Oil prices hit record levels yesterday.
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smack
He smacked the ball against the post.
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wallop (informal)
(verbo) 
Definition
to cause (something) to come into sudden or violent contact with something
The car skidded and struck a wall.
Sinónimos
collide with
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hit
The car hit a traffic sign before skidding out of control.
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run into
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bump into
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smash into
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come into contact with
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knock into
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be in collision with
(verbo) 
Definition
to cause (something) to come into sudden or violent contact with something
He fell and struck his head on the stone floor.
Sinónimos
knock
He was mucking around and he knocked her in the stomach.
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bang
We could bang on the desks and shout until they let us out.
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thump
He thumped me, nearly knocking me over.
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beat
He lost the boxing match and was badly beaten by his opponent.
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smite
(verbo) 
Definition
to afflict (someone) with a disease
He was suddenly struck with a sense of loss.
Sinónimos
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hit
The big cities have been hit by a wave of panic-buying.
the earthquake which hit northern Peru
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touch
a guilt that in some way touches everyone
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devastate (informal)
If word of this gets out, it will devastate his family.
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overwhelm
He was overwhelmed by a longing for times past.
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leave a mark on
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make an impact or impression on
(verbo) 
The robbers may well strike again.
Sinónimos
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assault someone
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fall upon someone
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set upon someone
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lay into someone (informal)
She lay into him for his poor behaviour.
(verbo) 
This issue strikes at the very foundation of our community.
Sinónimos
attack
The duo are believed to have attacked several people in South London.
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assault
The gang assaulted him in the street.
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invade
In 1944 the allies invaded the Italian mainland.
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smite
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assail
He was assailed by a young man.
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fall upon
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set upon
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deal a blow to
(verbo) 
Definition
to enter the mind of
At this point, it suddenly struck me that I was wasting my time.
Sinónimos
occur to
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hit
It hit me that I had a choice.
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come to
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register (informal)
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come to the mind of
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dawn on or upon
10 (verbo) 
Definition
to affect (someone) deeply in a particular way
He struck me as a very serious but friendly person.
Sinónimos
seem to
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appear to
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look to
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give the impression to
11 (verbo) 
Definition
to affect (someone) deeply in a particular way
She was struck by his simple, spellbinding eloquence.
Sinónimos
move
These stories surprised and moved me.
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touch
It has touched me deeply to see how these people live.
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impress
What impressed him most was their speed.
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affect
He loved his sister, and her loss clearly still affects him.
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overcome
I don't know what to say! I'm quite overcome.
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stir
I was intrigued by him, stirred by his intellect.
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make an impact on
12 (verbo) 
Definition
to reach (something) by agreement
He insists he has struck no bargains for their release.
Sinónimos
agree on
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settle on
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come to an agreement on
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endorse
I can endorse this statement wholeheartedly.
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clinch (informal)
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ratify
They have yet to ratify the treaty.
13 (verbo) 
You have to strike a balance between sleep and homework.
Sinónimos
achieve
There are many who will work hard to achieve these goals.
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arrive at
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attain
He's halfway to attaining his pilot's licence.
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reach
They are meeting in Lusaka in an attempt to reach a compromise.
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effect
Prospects for effecting real political change have taken a step backward.
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14 (verbo) 
Definition
to take up (a posture or an attitude)
She struck a pose, one hand on her hip.
Sinónimos
assume
He assumed an air of superiority.
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adopt
Pupils should be helped to adopt a positive approach.
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affect
He listened to them, affecting an amused interest.
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take on
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take up
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feign
You can't feign interest in something you loathe.
15 (verbo) 
Definition
to change into (a different state)
For this revelation he was struck blind by the goddess Hera.
Sinónimos
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render
It has so many errors as to render it useless.
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cause to become
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16 (verbo) 
Definition
(of a clock) to indicate (a time) by the sound of a bell
The clock struck nine.
Sinónimos
ring
He heard the school bell ring.
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sound
A silvery bell sounded somewhere.
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toll
Church bells tolled and black flags fluttered.
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dong
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peal
The church bells pealed at the stroke of midnight.
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boom
Thunder boomed like battlefield cannons over Crooked Mountain.
17 (verbo) 
(formal)  Strike that from the minutes.
Sinónimos
delete
He deleted files from the computer system.
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remove
They intend to remove up to 100 offensive words.
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erase
They are desperate to erase the memory of their defeat.
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pull
Wes was in the yard pulling weeds when we drove up.
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eliminate
The Act has not eliminated discrimination in employment.
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extract
He extracted a small notebook from his pocket.
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get rid of
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strike out
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expunge (formal)
The experience was something he had tried to expunge from his memory.
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take away or off or out
18 (verbo) 
Definition
to cause (a match) to light by friction
She struck a match and held it to the crumpled newspaper in the grate.
Sinónimos
ignite
The bombs ignited a fire which destroyed some 60 houses.
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light
He lit the candle with a match.
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set alight
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touch off
19 (verbo) 
Definition
to discover a source of (gold, oil, etc.)
He realized he had just struck oil.
Sinónimos
discover
The suitcase was discovered on a roadside outside the city.
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find
The police also found a pistol.
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come upon or across
, , ,
turn up
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uncover
Auditors said they had uncovered evidence of fraud.
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unearth
No evidence has yet been unearthed.
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hit upon
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light upon
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happen or chance upon
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stumble upon or across
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register (informal)

Frases verbales

See strike back

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of adopt
Pupils should be helped to adopt a positive approach.
Sinónimos
take on,
take over,
take up,
engage in,
become involved in,
in the sense of assail
Definition
to attack violently
He was assailed by a young man.
Sinónimos
set about,
fall upon,
set upon,
lay into (informal),
in the sense of assault
Definition
a violent attack, either physical or verbal
The rebels are poised for a new assault.
Sinónimos

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