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Noun: work-in
  1. Occasion when workers continue to work as a protest against e.g. proposed dismissal or closure of the factory
Verb: work in
  1. Add by mixing or blending on or attaching
    "work in the butter and the dough will get the right consistency"; "In his speech, the presidential candidate worked in a lot of learned words"

Derived forms: works in, work-ins, worked in, working in

Type of: add, demo [Brit, informal], demonstration, manifestation

Encyclopedia: Work-in

Work in