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vote of no-confidence/no-confidence vote/motion of no-confidence etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvote of no-confidence/no-confidence vote/motion of no-confidence etcvote of no-confidence/no-confidence vote/motion of no-confidence etcan official vote where people can say if they no longer think someone or something is good enough fears that he may lose a vote of no-confidence in parliament The chairman has survived four no-confidence motions. no-confidence
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