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- (historical) shock worker; a super-productive worker in the Soviet Union and the other countries from the Soviet Bloc
1934, VOKS Bulletin, Issues 7-8, Digitized edition, published 2006, page 80:
- Two short stories … give a true, warm and unvarnished picture of the formation of the character and consciousness of a young Komsomol worker in the heat of socialist competition and udarnik work.
1968, Peter John Georgeoff, The Social Education of Bulgarian Youth, Univ. of Minnesota Press, ISBN 9780816604791, page 89:
- The account that follows appears in the alphabet book and first reader: Udarnik / Stefka Filipova is a weaver … She weaves faster and better than anyone else. For this reason she is a udarnik.
1991, Eugene Lyons, Assignment in Utopia, page 208:
- The brigadiers, or udarniki, worked harder, wasted less time and set an example for their more indolent or less ... Udarniki became a class apart on any job, compensated for their brigadiering by extra rations, priority in the distribution of deficit goods [...]
shock worker, super-productive worker in the Soviet Union and the other countries from the Soviet Block — See also translations at : Stakhanovite
ùdārnīk m (Cyrillic spelling у̀да̄рнӣк)
declension of udarnik
- “udarnik” in Hrvatski jezični portal