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picket

Legal Definition of picket

Noun

  1. To object publicly, on or adjacent to the employer's premises, to an employer's labor practices, goods or services. The most common form of is patrolling with signs.

Derived terms


Definition of picket

Etymology

    From French piquet, from piquer (“to pierce”).

Pronunciation

Noun

picket (plural pickets)

  1. A protester positioned outside an office, workplace etc. during a strike (usually in plural); also the protest itself.

    Pickets normally endeavor to be non-violent.

Verb

picket (third-person singular simple present pickets, present participle picketing, simple past and past participle picketed)

  1. to protest organized by a labour union. Typically in front of the location of employment.

References:

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Translation of picket in Malay

Piket

Noun

protester positioned outside an office, workplace etc. during a strike

  1. Piket



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