Translation of striker in Spanish:

striker

huelguista, n.

Pronunciation /ˈstrʌɪkə//ˈstraɪkər/

noun

  • 1

    (employee on strike)
    huelguista feminine
    • Eleven of the hunger strikers have already been admitted to the hospital.
    • They struck on Tuesday of last week, when many strikers joined the picket line, and were due out again this Thursday.
    • Conversation halted on the picket line as the strikers waited to catch a glimpse of their temporary replacements.
    • Norton and other strikers extended their picket lines to other areas of the state, where they say they've found a sympathetic public.
    • While the strikers walk the picket lines, more than 20 employees have decided to continue working.
    • The strikers are employees of construction companies brought in to build a zinc refinery on the premises.
    • There are now only 100 strikers left on the picket line.
    • Instead of a picket line, the strikers will volunteer at nursing homes and community centers across the province.
    • The strikers demanded a reduction in working hours and improved benefits and working conditions.
    • The strikers picketed the post office and demanded improved security when carrying out deliveries.
    • A boss has the right to sack strikers after eight weeks on strike.
    • The victory included the reinstatement of five sacked strikers and payment of full wages.
    • Despite rainy weather, strikers picketed the company's head office in central Colombo.
    • Two of the hunger strikers have already fallen ill and have had been hospitalised.
    • Our strike is solid, with around two thirds of strikers attending picket lines.
    • The strikers say that employees of Harvard get more money.
    • A group of women on the picket line symbolised the strikers ' militant mood.
    • As the strike went on, a carnival atmosphere developed on the picket line, with strikers blowing French-style horns.
    • The hunger strikers are demanding compensation and medical benefits for all the affected workers.
    • Under New Labour's legislation, employers can legally sack strikers after eight weeks.
  • 2

    (in soccer)
    delantero masculine
    delantera feminine
    artillero masculine
    artillera feminine
    ariete masculine
    • There is a chance the veteran striker may never play for Motherwell again.
    • For the last three months he has been the most in-form English striker in the Premiership.
    • O'Connor is the type of guy who believes everything comes to strikers who score goals.
    • Manchester United are in better form and even without their star striker are scoring more goals than Arsenal.
    • Fenn was again involved but the striker's shot hit the side-netting.
    • Why was Ferguson sitting in midfield instead of bombing forward to help the strikers?
    • He also makes good runs forward to support the strikers.
    • The 26-year-old Celtic striker's long-term plans make sense in anyone's language.
    • But the former Hibs striker admits to having doubts about going so far down the league ladder.
    • Burley confirmed that the former Germany international striker will be on trial in Edinburgh this week.
    • Bellamy has been the best striker up front for Newcastle this season.
    • The lack of an experienced striker up front was also one of the reasons Bafana could not execute their chances.
    • In Raul they have the most exciting young striker in the world although defensively they are unconvincing.
    • If you are a striker at any club, you must score goals.
    • We salvaged a point when Josh Adams, our star striker scored a last-gasp equalizer to level the game.
    • The 28-year-old Dutch striker has been out of action for nearly three months because of an Achilles injury.
    • With Seaman beaten, the striker's header hit a post when he ought to have scored.
    • The team often has a five-man midfield and a lone striker.
    • Niemi stood his ground and pushed the diminutive striker's shot beyond the far post.
    • Hughes would then have the spare cash to sign another striker as well.