blacklegging


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blacklegging

[ˈblækˌlegɪŋ] N (Brit) (Ind) → esquirolaje m
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And a union official has warned that the row over blacklegging could spread to ports around Britain.
Midlands regional organising officer For NAGLO, Mr Sid Platt, said today; "I will be making a protest to the AUT about this blacklegging by their members.
The day before I came to this [Toronto] film festival, we were blacklegging, castrating, dehorning, eartagging, and I got to rope for the first time.