Definition Of walkout

verb

a sudden angry departure, especially as a protest or strike.

We have had a massive rejection of the pay offer and there have been unofficial walkouts .

Example Of walkout

  • Ahonen described the walkouts on April 27 as ‘demonstrations’ rather than strikes.

  • Austrian workers have staged three mass walkouts , the biggest strikes in the country since 1945.

  • Before the game, players staged an impromptu walkout to protest ever-rising salaries.

  • Civil servants announced their campaign against an imposed pay deal with unofficial walkouts and will be balloting for strikes next month.

  • Dawn picket lines were set up Monday following a weekend walkout over pay.


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