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A Vote Of Confidence ( an action to let one know that we are confident in one's skills ... )

"A Vote Of Confidence"

A vote of confidence is an action to show the other person you believe she has strong skills.

Example: "I thought you would like to lead the meeting tomorrow." Reply: "Thank you for the vote of confidence."

Example: "Adam, you do a good job cooking dinner." Reply: "Thank you for the vote of confidence."

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