Struck Meaning and Definition


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Struck meaning

Word: Struck

How to pronounce: strʌk

Verb

Definitions:

1. Hit forcibly and deliberately with one's hand or a weapon or other implement.

Example sentences: "He raised his hand, as if to strike me"

2. (of a disaster, disease, or other unwelcome phenomenon) occur suddenly and have harmful or damaging effects on.

Example sentences: "A major earthquake struck the island"

3. (of a thought or idea) come into the mind of (someone) suddenly or unexpectedly.

Example sentences: "A disturbing thought struck Melissa"

4. (of a clock) indicate the time by sounding a chime or stroke.

Example sentences: "The church clock struck twelve"

5. Ignite (a match) by rubbing it briskly against an abrasive surface.

Example sentences: "The match went out and he struck another"

6. (of employees) refuse to work as a form of organized protest, typically in an attempt to obtain a particular concession or concessions from their employer.

Example sentences: "Workers may strike over threatened job losses"

7. Cancel, remove, or cross out with or as if with a pen.

Example sentences: "I will strike his name from the list"

8. Make (a coin or medal) by stamping metal.

Example sentences: "They struck similar medals on behalf of the Normandy veterans"

9. Reach, achieve, or agree to (something involving agreement, balance, or compromise)

Example sentences: "The team has struck a deal with a sports marketing agency"

10. Discover (gold, minerals, or oil) by drilling or mining.

Example sentences: "If they do strike oil, there will be another test well in a year's time"

11. Move or proceed vigorously or purposefully.

Example sentences: "She struck out into the lake with a practised crawl"

12. Take down (a tent or the tents of an encampment)

Example sentences: "It took ages to strike camp"

13. Insert (a cutting of a plant) in soil to take root.

Example sentences: "Best results are obtained from striking them in a propagator"

14. Secure a hook in the mouth of a fish by jerking or tightening the line after it has taken the bait or fly.

Example sentences: "Only when the rod tip pulls hard over and the fish starts to run with the bait should you strike to set the hook."

Noun

Definitions:

1. A refusal to work organized by a body of employees as a form of protest, typically in an attempt to gain a concession or concessions from their employer.

Example sentences: "Dockers voted for an all-out strike"

2. A sudden attack, typically a military one.

Example sentences: "The threat of nuclear strikes"

3. A discovery of gold, minerals, or oil by drilling or mining.

Example sentences: "The Lena goldfields strike of 1912"

4. A batter's unsuccessful attempt to hit a pitched ball.

Example sentences: "By the time the batter swung, strike three was already in the catcher's mitt."

5. The horizontal or compass direction of a stratum, fault, or other geological feature.

Example sentences: "The mine workings follow the strike of the Bonsor Vein"

6. Short for fly strike


Synonyms:

smitten

stricken


Antonyms:

fall


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Struck in Other Languages...

Spanish: Golpear

German: Schlagen

French: Frappé

Italian: Colpire

Turkish: Grevde


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