vote out

vote out
If people vote out a particular person or political party, they give that person or party so few votes in an official election that they no longer hold a position of power.

[V n P] And if the President doesn't make things better, other voters say, we'll vote him out, too...

[V n P of n] They cannot join forces to vote her out of office...

[V P n (not pron)] And of course we all know we can vote out our councillors.


English dictionary. 2008.

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