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English definition of “vote with your feet”

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vote with your feet

If you vote with your feet, you leave an organization or stop supporting, using, or buying something, and change to a new organization, service, or product: When the price of skiing doubled, tourists voted with their feet and just stopped going.
Translations of “vote with your feet”
in Chinese (Traditional) 退離(機構), 表示不支持, 不再使用(某產品)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 退离(机构), 表示不支持, 不再使用(某产品)…
(Definition of vote with your feet from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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