[huhng-ger-strahyk] /ˈhʌŋ gərˌstraɪk/

verb (used without object), hunger-struck, hunger-striking.
to go on a hunger strike.
a deliberate refusal to eat, undertaken in protest against imprisonment, improper treatment, objectionable conditions, etc.
a voluntary fast undertaken, usually by a prisoner, as a means of protest


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