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vote of confidence

noun [C]  /voʊt əv ˈkɑn·fɪ·dəns/ us  
a vote to show support, esp. for a government or political leader: fig. Richardson said that foreign investment amounts to a vote of confidence in the basic soundness of the U.S. economy.
Translations of “vote of confidence”
in Chinese (Traditional) 信任票,信任投票, 滿意, 信任…
in Chinese (Simplified) 信任投票, 满意, 信任…
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