struck


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struck

 (strŭk)
v.
Past tense and a past participle of strike.
adj.
Affected or shut down by a labor strike.

struck

(strʌk)
vb
the past tense and past participle of strike
adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) chiefly US and Canadian (of an industry, factory, etc) shut down or otherwise affected by a labour strike

struck

(strʌk)

v.
1. pt. and a pp. of strike.
adj.
2. (of a factory, industry, etc.) closed or otherwise affected by a strike of workers.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.struck - (used in combination) affected by something overwhelming; "conscience-smitten"; "awe-struck"
combining form - a bound form used only in compounds; "`hemato-' is a combining form in words like `hematology'"
affected - acted upon; influenced
Translations

struck

pret, ptp of strike
adj
pred to be struck with somebody/something (= impressed)von jdm/etw begeistert or angetan sein; I wasn’t very struck with himer hat keinen großen Eindruck auf mich gemacht; to be struck on somebody/something (= keen)auf jdn/etw stehen (inf), → auf jdn/etw versessen sein
attr (US: = striking) workersstreikend; factory, employersvom Streik betroffen, bestreikt

struck

pret & pp de strike
References in classic literature ?
Ernest had his hand on the pulse of events even more closely than the rest of the socialists, and within two days the first blow was struck.
Harrison has struck along with the Chauffeurs' Union, and I don't know how to run the machine myself.
In another and later clinch, when she had already relaxed and sighed her relief at seeing him safely snuggled, Ponta, his chin over Joe's shoulder, lifted his right arm and struck a terrible downward blow on the small of the back.
Watson never struck a blow, and strove only to escape.
Those of our arboreal ancestors who struck bottom died forthwith.
Just as he emerged, stepping out a pace, a rifle cracked to his right, and though he did not hear the bullet in passing, the thud of it came to his ears when it struck a palm-trunk farther on.
he hissed, and struck the master of fence a stinging blow across the face, and spat upon him.
A horse, struck by a stray bullet, fell beside Jane Clayton, a lion leaped across the expiring beast full upon the breast of a black trooper just beyond.
At seventeen feet they struck a thin streak of gravel, and in it coarse gold, testpans running as high as six and eight dollars.
Presently a white smoke burst from the fore part of the vessel; some seconds after, the water, agitated by the fall of a heavy body, splashed the stern of the Nautilus, and shortly afterwards a loud explosion struck my ear.
It had struck Saxon at the time that the old woman was quite unalarmed and only curious to see.
The spear of Agamemnon caught him on the broad of his back, just as he was turning in flight; it struck him between the shoulders and went right through his chest, and his armour rang rattling round him as he fell heavily to the ground.