- [stə'kα:nəvʌɪt, -'kanə-]noun a worker, especially in the former USSR, who is exceptionally productive or zealous.DerivativesStakhanovism nounStakhanovist noun & adjectiveOrigin1930s: from the name of the Russian coal miner Aleksei Grigorevich Stakhanov.
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Stakhanovite — 1935, from name of hard working Soviet coal miner Aleksei Grigorevich Stakhanov (1906 1977), in reference to an efficiency system in which workers increase their piecework production and are rewarded with bonuses and privileges. Soviet… … Etymology dictionary
Stakhanovite — In Soviet history and iconography, a Stakhanovite (стахановец) follows the example of Aleksei Grigorievich Stakhanov, employing hard work or Taylorist efficiencies to over achieve on the job.The Stakhanovite movement began during the second 5… … Wikipedia
Stakhanovite — 1. noun /stəˈkɑːnəvaɪt/ An extremely productive or hard working worker, especially in the former USSR, who may earn special rewards. 2. adjective /stəˈkɑːnəvaɪt/ Pertaining to a Stakhanovite. , 1993: The great galvanised iron shed where the… … Wiktionary
Stakhanovite — noun Etymology: translation of Russian stakhanovets, from Alexei G. Stakhanov died 1977 Russian miner Date: 1935 a Soviet industrial worker awarded recognition and special privileges for output beyond production norms • Stakhanovism noun •… … New Collegiate Dictionary
Stakhanovite — /steuh kah neuh vuyt , kan euh /, n. 1. a worker in the Soviet Union who regularly surpassed production quotas and was specially honored and rewarded. adj. 2. of or pertaining to a Stakhanovite or to Stakhanovism. [trans. of Russ stakhánovets… … Universalium
Stakhanovite — In the former Soviet Union, a worker held up to the nation as a paragon … Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors
stakhanovite — sta·khanov·ite … English syllables
stakhanovite — n. a worker (esp. in the USSR) who increases his output to an exceptional extent, and so gains special awards. Derivatives: Stakhanovism n. Stakhanovist n. Etymology: A. G. Stakhanov, Russian coal miner d. 1977 … Useful english dictionary
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