Walkout in spanish


pronunciation: sɑliɹ̩ part of speech: noun
In gestures

walk out = irse, marcharse, abandonar, largarse, retirarse, coger la puerta, pirarse, pirárselas, coger la puerta y largarse, darse el piro. 

Example: At least five members of the audience walked out during the bishop's address.

walk out = abandonar el trabajo en señal de protesta, ponerse en huelga. 

Example: In May 1926 Britains' miners walked out and in a move of solidarity other industry workers joined them, creating the first ever general strike in Britain.

walk-out = huelga. 

Example: By law the Union must give the employer seven days' notice of any industrial action meaning the walk-outs could start Friday week.
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