blacklegging


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blacklegging

[ˈblækˌlegɪŋ] N (Brit) (Ind) → esquirolaje m
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The Association's fatal mistake was to accuse the company of "decoying men for the purpose of blacklegging".
And a union official has warned that the row over blacklegging could spread to ports around Britain.
AN INTER-UNION row broke out at a Midland university today over claims that teaching staff were "blacklegging" in an official dispute.