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strike through


      vb   tr   to draw (a line) through (something) to delete it  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
      vb   , strikes, striking, struck  
1    to deliver (a blow or stroke) to (a person)  
2    to come or cause to come into sudden or violent contact (with)  
3    tr   to make an attack on  
4    to produce (fire, sparks, etc.) or (of fire, sparks, etc.) to be produced by ignition  
5    to cause (a match) to light by friction or (of a match) to be lighted  
6    to press (the key of a piano, organ, etc.) or to sound (a specific note) in this or a similar way  
7    to indicate (a specific time) by the sound of a hammer striking a bell or by any other percussive sound  
8    (of a venomous snake) to cause injury by biting  
9    tr   to affect or cause to affect deeply, suddenly, or radically, as if by dealing a blow  
her appearance struck him as strange, I was struck on his art     
10    past participle   , struck, stricken   tr; passive; usually foll by: with   to render incapable or nearly so  
she was stricken with grief     
11    tr   to enter the mind of  
it struck me that he had become very quiet     
12    past participle   , struck, stricken   to render  
I was struck dumb     
13    tr   to be perceived by; catch  
the glint of metal struck his eye     
14    to arrive at or come upon (something), esp. suddenly or unexpectedly  
to strike the path for home, to strike upon a solution     
15    intr; sometimes foll by: out   to set (out) or proceed, esp. upon a new course  
to strike for the coast     
16    tr; usually passive   to afflict with a disease, esp. unexpectedly  
he was struck with polio when he was six     
17    tr   to discover or come upon a source of (ore, petroleum, etc.)  
18    tr   (of a plant) to produce or send down (a root or roots)  
19    tr   to take apart or pack up; break (esp. in the phrase strike camp)  
20    tr   to take down or dismantle (a stage set, formwork, etc.)  
21    tr     (Nautical)  
a    to lower or remove (a specified piece of gear)  
b    to haul down or dip (a flag, sail, etc.) in salute or in surrender  
c    to lower (cargo, etc.) into the hold of a ship  
22    to attack (an objective) with the intention of causing damage to, seizing, or destroying it  
23    to impale the hook in the mouth of (a fish) by suddenly tightening or jerking the line after the bait or fly has been taken  
24    tr   to form or impress (a coin, metal, etc.) by or as if by stamping  
25    to level (a surface) by use of a flat board  
26    tr   to assume or take up (an attitude, posture, etc.)  
27    intr   (of workers in a factory, etc.) to cease work collectively as a protest against working conditions, low pay, etc.  
28    tr   to reach by agreement  
to strike a bargain     
29    tr   to form (a jury, esp. a special jury) by cancelling certain names among those nominated for jury service until only the requisite number remains  
   See also       special jury  
30    tr     (Rowing)   to make (a certain number of strokes) per minute  
Oxford were striking 38     
31    to make a stroke or kick in swimming  
32    tr   (in Malaysia) to win (a lottery or raffle)  
33    strike home  
a    to deliver an effective blow  
b    to achieve the intended effect  
34    strike (it) lucky   to have some good luck  
35    strike it rich  
a    to discover an extensive deposit of a mineral, petroleum, etc.  
b    to have an unexpected financial success  
36    an act or instance of striking  
37    a cessation of work by workers in a factory, industry, etc., as a protest against working conditions or low pay  
the workers are on strike again     
38    a military attack, esp. an air attack on a surface target  
air strike     
39      (Baseball)   a pitched ball judged good but missed or not swung at, three of which cause a batter to be out  
40      (Also called)    ten-strike     (Tenpin bowling)  
a    the act or an instance of knocking down all the pins with the first bowl of a single frame  
b    the score thus made  
   Compare       spare       17  
41    a sound made by striking  
42    the mechanism that makes a clock strike  
43    the discovery of a source of ore, petroleum, etc.  
44    the horizontal direction of a fault, rock stratum, etc., which is perpendicular to the direction of the dip  
45      (Angling)   the act or an instance of striking  
46    the number of coins or medals made at one time  
47       another name for       strickle       1  
48    Informal   an unexpected or complete success, esp. one that brings financial gain  
49    take strike     (Cricket)   (of a batsman) to prepare to play a ball delivered by the bowler,   (See also)        strike down       strike off       strike out       strike through       strike up  
     (Old English strican; related to Old Frisian strika to stroke, Old High German strihhan to smooth, Latin stria furrow)  
  strikeless      adj  

bird strike  
      n   a collision of an aircraft with a bird  
constitutional strike  
      n   a stoppage of work by the workforce of an organization, with the approval of the trade union concerned, in accordance with the dispute procedure laid down in a collective agreement between the parties  
      adj   (of a nuclear missile) intended for use in an opening attack calculated to destroy the enemy's nuclear weapons  
general strike  
      n   a strike by all or most of the workers of a country, province, city, etc., esp. (caps.) such a strike that took place in Britain in 1926  
hunger strike  
      n   a voluntary fast undertaken, usually by a prisoner, as a means of protest  
  hunger striker      n  
official strike  
      n   a collective stoppage of work by part or all of the workforce of an organization with the approval of the trade union concerned. The stoppage may be accompanied by the payment of strike pay by the trade union concerned  
1    (of a nuclear weapon) intended to be used in a counterattack in response to a nuclear attack  
2    (of a strategy) based on the concept of surviving an initial nuclear attack with enough nuclear weaponry to retaliate  
sit-down strike  
      n   a strike in which workers refuse to leave their place of employment until a settlement is reached  
strike down  
      vb   tr, adv   to cause to die, esp. suddenly  
he was struck down in his prime     
strike fault  
      n   a fault that runs parallel to the strike of the affected rocks  
strike note   ,   (esp. U.S.)   strike tone  
      n   the note produced by a bell when struck, defining its musical pitch  
strike off  
      vb   tr  
1    to remove or erase from (a list, record, etc.) by or as if by a stroke of the pen  
2    adv   to cut off or separate by or as if by a blow  
she was struck off from the inheritance     
strike out  
      vb   adv  
1    tr   to remove or erase  
2    intr   to start out or begin  
to strike out on one's own     
3      (Baseball)   to put out or be put out on strikes  
4    intr     (U.S. and Canadian)  
informal   to fail utterly  
strike pay  
      n   money paid to strikers from the funds of a trade union  
strike-slip fault  
      n   a geological fault on which the movement is along the strike of the fault  
strike through  
      vb   tr   to draw (a line) through (something) to delete it  
strike up  
      vb   adv  
1    (of a band, orchestra, etc.) to begin to play or sing  
2    tr   to bring about; cause to begin  
to strike up a friendship     
3    tr   to emboss (patterns, etc.) on (metal)  
sympathy strike  
      n   a strike organized in support of another section of workers or a cause and not because of direct grievances,   (Also called)    sympathetic strike  
      n     (Tenpin bowling)      another word for       strike       40  
token strike  
      n   a brief strike intended to convey strength of feeling on a disputed issue  
unconstitutional strike  
      n   a stoppage of work which violates the dispute procedure agreed between the employer and the trade union or trade unions concerned  
wildcat strike  
      n   a strike begun by workers spontaneously or without union approval  

Diccionario de inglés definición  


strike out

1          strike off, strike through          cancel, cross out, delete, efface, erase, excise, expunge, remove, score out  
2    begin, get under way, set out, start out  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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Cyber interception means the acquisition of the any digital contents through the use of any electronic, mechanical, or other digital devices.
[Tech.];[Leg.] Cyber interception means the acquisition of the any digital contents
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[Bus.] From the taxi company 'Uber', which pioneered this business model
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