[strahyk-brey-ker] /ˈstraɪkˌbreɪ kər/
a person who takes part in breaking up a strike of workers, either by working or by furnishing workers.
a person who tries to make a strike ineffectual by working or by taking the place of those on strike
An employee hired to replace a striking worker. (See scab.)
[strahyk-brey-king] /ˈstraɪkˌbreɪ kɪŋ/ noun 1. action directed at breaking up a strike of workers.
noun, Geology. 1. a fault that trends parallel to the strike of the strata that it offsets. strike fault noun 1. a fault that runs parallel to the strike of the affected rocks
noun 1. a military force armed and trained for attack. 2. a group or team, as of law-enforcement agents, who are assigned to one special problem: the FBI’s strike force against organized crime.
- Strike note
noun 1. the note produced by a bell when struck, defining its musical pitch