Strike (Nomen)

1

strike (n)

Sportarten - Bowling
  • Student activist, died as a result of his hunger strike
  • Student activist, died as a result of his hunger strike
  • Political prisoner, died as a result of his hunger strike
  • Political prisoner, died as a result of his hunger strike
  • Lawyer, started a hunger strike on 5 April 2005 to show solidarity with the political prisoners subjected to poor Turkish prison conditions.
  • Lawyer, started a hunger strike on 5 April 2005 to show solidarity with the political prisoners subjected to poor Turkish prison conditions.

Satzbeispiele & Übersetzungen

On 22 January 2007, after 293 days, he stopped the strike, but announced his intention to resume it later.
On 22 January 2007, after 293 days, he stopped the strike, but announced his intention to resume it later.
They were tortured to stop them from continuing their hunger strike while in detention.
They were tortured to stop them from continuing their hunger strike while in detention.
D r Keyvan Ansari went on hunger strike on 14 July in protest at their continuing detention.
D r Keyvan Ansari went on hunger strike on 14 July in protest at their continuing detention.
Abdolfazl Jahandar went on hunger strike on 14 July in protest at their continuing detention.
Abdolfazl Jahandar went on hunger strike on 14 July in protest at their continuing detention.
Behic Asci did not resume his hunger strike, he is recovering at his home.
Behic Asci did not resume his hunger strike, he is recovering at his home.
Autukhovich announced to having been on hunger strike.
Autukhovich announced to having been on hunger strike.

strike (Nomen | Verb)

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Streik (n)

employment
  • strike or lock-out; or
  • Streik oder Aussperrung;
  • Strike
  • Streik
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streiken (v)

employment
4

Strike (n)

sports - bowling
5
crime
8
10

Satzbeispiele & Übersetzungen

strike slip fault
Blattverschiebung