1. (related to unions) 
a. union (noun) 
El movimiento sindicalista creció y ganó más protagonismo.The union movement increased and gained more prominence.
b. trade-union (noun) (United Kingdom) 
El presidente se reunió con los líderes sindicalistas para discutir el aumento de salarios.The president held a meeting with the trade-union leaders to discuss wage increases.
2. (related to syndicalism) 
El movimiento sindicalista peleó por la emancipación de la clase trabajadora.The syndicalist movement fought for the emancipation of the working class.
masculine or feminine noun
3. (member of a union) 
La mayoría de los obreros en la fábrica se convirtieron en sindicalistas.Most workers in the factory became union members.
b. trade unionist (United Kingdom) 
Los sindicalistas hicieron un paro de dos días.The trade unionists went on a two-day strike.
4. (supporter of syndicalism) 
Los fascistas encarcelaron a comunistas, sindicalistas y anarquistas.The fascists incarcerated communists, syndicalists and anarchists.
1. (general) 
a. union member 
b. trade unionist (United Kingdom) 
union; trade-union
trade unionist; trades unionist
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