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vote of no confidencenoun [C, usually singular]

uk   us   (plural votes of no confidence)
POLITICS, MEETINGS an ​officialvote that ​shows that the ​members of a ​parliament or an ​organization do not ​support a ​leader or a suggestion: The ​union took a ​vote of no ​confidence against him.
a ​sign that you do not like or ​trust someone or something: Some ​industryexperts interpreted the ​lowprice as a ​vote of no ​confidence in the new ​product.
(Definition of vote of no confidence from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “vote of no confidence”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不信任投票…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不信任票,不信任投票…
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“vote of no confidence” in Business English

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