v. 碰撞; 打; 突击; 侵袭; 给人…印象; 罢工
n. 罢工; 袭击
When there is a strike, workers stop doing their work for a period of time, usually in order to try to get better pay or conditions for themselves.
French air traffic controllers have begun a three-day strike in a dispute over pay...
法国空中交通管制员因为薪资纠纷已开始了为期 3 天的罢工。
Staff at the hospital went on strike in protest at the incidents.
When workers strike, they go on strike.
...their recognition of the workers' right to strike...
They shouldn't be striking for more money...
If you strike someone or something, you deliberately hit them.
She took two quick steps forward and struck him across the mouth...
He struck the ball straight into the hospitality tents...
If something that is falling or moving strikes something, it hits it.
His head struck the bottom when he dived into the 6ft end of the pool...
他一头扎进 6 英尺深的游泳池时头撞到池底了。
One 16-inch shell struck the control tower...
一枚 16 英寸的炮弹击中了指挥塔台。
If you strike one thing against another, or if one thing strikes against another, the first thing hits the second thing.
Wilde fell and struck his head on the stone floor...
My right toe struck against a submerged rock.
If something such as an illness or disaster strikes, it suddenly happens.
Bank of England officials continued to insist that the pound would soon return to stability but disaster struck...
Both of them were afflicted with a rare genetic disease, which struck in their thirties...
To strike means to attack someone or something quickly and violently.
The attacker struck as she was walking near a housing estate at Monacurra...
The killer says he will strike again...
A military strike is a military attack, especially an air attack.
...a punitive air strike.
...a nuclear strike.
If something strikes at the heart or root of something, it attacks or conflicts with the basic elements or principles of that thing.
...a rejection of her core beliefs and values, which strikes at the very heart of her being...
The issue strikes at the very foundation of our community.
If an idea or thought strikes you, it suddenly comes into your mind.
A thought struck her. Was she jealous of her mother, then?...
At this point, it suddenly struck me that I was wasting my time.
If something strikes you as being a particular thing, it gives you the impression of being that thing.
He struck me as a very serious but friendly person...
What struck me as interesting is how much we judge other people by the clothes they wear...
If you are struck by something, you think it is very impressive, noticeable, or interesting.
She was struck by his simple, spellbinding eloquence...
Theresa was struck by her own lack of forethought...
If you strike a deal or a bargain with someone, you come to an agreement with them.
They struck a deal with their paper supplier, getting two years of newsprint on credit...
The two struck a deal in which Rendell took half of what a manager would...
If you strike a balance, you do something that is halfway between two extremes.
At times like that you have to strike a balance between sleep and homework.
If you strike a pose or attitude, you put yourself in a particular position, for example when someone is taking your photograph.
She struck a pose, one hand on her hip and the other waving an imaginary cigarette.
If something strikes fear into people, it makes them very frightened or anxious.
If there is a single subject guaranteed to strike fear in the hearts of parents, it is drugs.
If you are struck dumb or blind, you suddenly become unable to speak or to see.
I was struck dumb by this and had to think it over for a moment...
For this revelation he was struck blind by the goddess Hera.
When a clock strikes, its bells make a sound to indicate what the time is.
The clock struck nine...
钟敲了 9 下。
Finally, the clock strikes.
If you strike words from a document or an official record, you remove them.
Strike that from the minutes...
Her achievements were struck from the record book.
When you strike a match, you make it produce a flame by moving it quickly against something rough.
Robina struck a match and held it to the crumpled newspaper in the grate.
If someone strikes oil or gold, they discover it in the ground as a result of mining or drilling.
Hamilton Oil announced that it had struck oil in the Liverpool Bay area of the Irish Sea.
When a coin or medal is struck, it is made.
Another medal was specially struck for him.
If someone has two strikes against them, things cause them to be in a bad situation or at a disadvantage.
The Hotel has two strikes against it. One, it's an immense ugly concrete building. Second, it lies in a rather awkward position...
When I got out I couldn't find any work, and for being an ex-con, that was a strike against me.
If you are within striking distance of something, or if something is within striking distance, it is quite near, so it could be reached or achieved quite easily.
I believe we are within striking distance of an agreement...
The airport was within striking distance: no more than sixty miles to the west.
机场近在咫尺，西行不到 60 英里即到。
If you strike gold, you find, do, or produce something that brings you a lot of money or success.
The company has struck gold with its new holiday development, Center Parcs.
If you strike it rich, you make a lot of money, especially in a short time.
He hoped to strike it rich by investing in ginseng.
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 pitch that is in the strike zone and that the batter does not hit;
4. a gentle blow
5. a score in tenpins: knocking down all ten with the first ball;
6. a conspicuous success;
1. hit against; come into sudden contact with;
2. deliver a sharp blow, as with the hand, fist, or weapon;
3. have an emotional or cognitive impact upon;
4. make a strategic, offensive, assault against an enemy, opponent, or a target;
5. indicate (a certain time) by striking;
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;
10. produce by manipulating keys or strings of musical instruments, also metaphorically;
11. cause to form between electrodes of an arc lamp;
12. find unexpectedly;
13. produce by ignition or a blow;
14. remove by erasing or crossing out;
15. cause to experience suddenly;
16. drive something violently into a location;
17. occupy or take on;
18. form by stamping, punching, or printing;
19. smooth with a strickle;
20. pierce with force;
21. arrive at after reckoning, deliberating, and weighing;
beat, strike, hit, thrash, whip
strike an attitude (或 pose)
strike a balance
strike a blow for (或at/against)
strike a chord
strike at the root (或 roots) of
strike (it) lucky
strike it rich
strike a light
strike me pink
strike while the iron is hot
strike someone out (或 strike out)
The tie happened to strike Paul's fancy, so he bought it.
We'll lead with the dock strike.
All this talk of a strike has clearly ruffled the management's feathers.
The roots of oaks strike deep.
If there are any words you think not right, just strike them through.
vt. & vi. 反击;反叛
vt. & vi. 打;敲击