- n. 警戒哨；纠察队；[建] 尖木桩
- vt. 派……担任纠察；用尖桩围住
- vi. 担任纠察
- n. (Picket)人名；(英)皮克特
1. pike => picket.
2. which originally meant 'pointed stake'.
- picket (n.)
- 1680s, "pointed stake (for defense against cavalry, etc.)," from French piquet "pointed stake," from piquer "to pierce" (see pike (n.2)). Sense of "troops posted to watch for enemy" first recorded 1761; that of "striking workers stationed to prevent others from entering a factory" is from 1867. Picket line is 1856 in the military sense, 1945 of labor strikes.
- picket (v.)
- 1745, "to enclose with pickets," from picket (n.). The sense in labor strikes, protests, etc., is attested from 1867. Related: Picketed; picketing.
- 1. There are picket lines all over the place.
- 2. No one tried to cross the picket lines.
- 3. Fire crews refused to cross the picket line.
- 4. He lives in a white-painted frame house behind a picket fence up in Connecticut.
- 5. The miners are trying to get factory workers to join them on the picket line.
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