- n.罢工; 退席（以示抗议）; 告别仪式; 谈恋爱
- 复数: walkouts;
Cabin crews plan a walkout over pay and sick leave.
Factory workers staged a walkout to protest for proper working conditions.
Example: 1 The steel plant has been shut down by a walkout.
However , Mr Bekke said financial effect of the walkout is expected to be minor.
But there is more to this walkout than the usual dispute over pay and conditions.
There was a walkout by the black members as the chairman rose to speak.
There's been an unofficial walkout at the car factory.
1. a strike in which the workers walk out
2. the act of walking out (of a meeting or organization) as a sign of protest;
"there was a walkout by the Black members as the chairman rose to speak"