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consul general

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Definition of consul general in English:

noun (plural consuls general)

A consul of the highest status.
Example sentences
  • The acting consul general in Miami is also co-ordinating with the consuls general of other Caricom countries to obtain information about Caribbean nationals, it added.
  • In March 1963 a note from the US consul general in Georgetown, Everett Melby, confirms the agreement between the US and Britain.
  • He obtained a new passport from the British consul general's office in Amsterdam by saying he had got drunk and accidentally put his old one in the washing machine.

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