英 ['sɪndɪk(ə)lɪz(ə)m] 美 ['sɪndɪkəlɪzəm]
  • n. 工团主义,工联主义
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syndicalism 工团主义,工联主义

来自 syndicate,辛迪加,-al,形容词后缀,-ism,主义,思想。

syndicalism (n.)
1907, from French syndicalisme "movement to transfer ownership of means of production and distribution to industrial workers," from syndical "of a labor union," from syndic "chief representative" (see syndic).
"Syndicalism" is in France the new, all-absorbing form of Labor's conflict with Capital. Its growth has been so rapid that its gravity is not appreciated abroad. This year, even more than last, the strikes and other "direct action," which it has combined, have upset the industrial life of the country, and forced the attention of Parliament and Government. ["The Nation," June 20, 1907]
1. In France there was a long tradition of anarcho-syndicalism.


2. Jacqueline left Olivier, and he and Christophe became interested in the syndicalism movement.
雅葛丽纳离开奥里维出走了, 他与克斯朵夫开始对工团主义运动感兴趣.


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