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a senior official who lives in a foreign country and represents his or her own country there. An ambassador is responsible for an office called an embassy
an official who is in charge of a particular subject or activity at an embassy (=an office for representatives of one country in another country)
an ambassador’s office in an embassy
an official who represents the government of their own country in a foreign country when there is no ambassador there
the official name for the British royal court. An ambassador (=official representative) of another country who works in the UK is formally called an ambassador at the Court of St James.
a bag that a government uses for sending official documents to other countries. It does not have to be examined by customs officials.
a group consisting of all the foreign diplomats working in a particular country
the special rights that diplomats have in a foreign country that protect them from the laws of that country
a relationship between two countries in which they send diplomats to work in each other’s country
a group of officials who represent their government in a foreign country. The most important official in an embassy is called an ambassador
an official who represents their country in another country, with a rank below an ambassador
the office that the government of one Commonwealth country has in another Commonwealth country, similar to an embassy
an official representative, especially of a pope (=the leader of the Roman Catholic Church) or a government, who is sent to a foreign country
an office in a foreign country where representatives of your own government work or live. It is less important than an embassy.
an official who represents their government in a foreign country, especially someone whose rank is below that of an ambassador
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