sit-down strike

Definition of "sit-down strike"
  1. A form of protest where workers stay in their employer's premises instead of working to compel the employer to agree to their requests
How to use "sit-down strike" in a sentence
  1. The factory workers launched a sit-down strike to push their demands for better working conditions.
  2. To push for higher wages, the workers initiated a sit-down strike, refusing to leave the workplace.
  3. The sit-down strike continues as the employees remain resolute for their demand for overtime pay.

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