to break in and steal from somebodies house
"say Zay we just came back from striking and done came up onna good $1,500"
by 4KTREY November 16, 2019
1) To be hitting something/somebody
2) To have very beautiful/unusual facial features
He was striking the door because he got mad when it flew open and hit him in the face

Your mom has striking features *wink* *wink*
by Yourmomssecretlover December 25, 2008
The act of clearing a stage of all props, set and debris. This can include setting the set up again for the next performance or dismantaling the set for good and storing the props for another show.
We need to strike the set before we go home.
by Ron_Thornbrash May 22, 2005
In the brief time it took me to write this paragraph, three more emails arrived. Now I have 115 unanswered emails. Strike that: 116
by SirReal June 14, 2016
How idiots spell struck or stricken.
Jim: My YouTube video just got copyright striked.
Scott: Striked isn't a word, you dumbass.
Jim: How, If I strike you, than that means I striked you since it's past tense.
Scott: The past tense of strike is struck. Striked isn't a word that exists in any English dictionary.
Jim: reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee you grammar Nazi.
Scott (rolls eyes)
by My Name Is Hugh...Mungus November 5, 2019
v. 1) engaged in a stoppage of work, services, or other activities, as by union workers to get better wages.

v. 2) to engage in what has become an infamous French pastime
1) The Teachers Union is going on strike due to their piss-poor wages and lack of respect by society in general.

2) Don't go to France in August since the entire workforce is likely to go on strike due to a cigarette shortage, the heat, a bad batch of fromage.
by Call Me Ishmael June 6, 2007
A typically French past-time
Claude: Hey Jean-Paul I'm bored what shall we do to kill time?

Jean-Paul: Why don't we go on strike?

Claude: Good idea, that sounds like fun!
by sunshiyong October 19, 2010