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diplomat

Pronunciación: /ˈdɪpləmæt/

Traducción de diplomat en español:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 diplomático, (masculine, feminine) a career diplomat un diplomático de carrera
    Example sentences
    • Government leaders, senior officials and diplomats attended the ceremony.
    • The news will come as a blow in London where senior officials and diplomats believed a new resolution was possible by last week.
    • The officials and diplomats spoke anonymously because of the delicacy of the negotiations on what tack to take on Iran.
    1.2 (tactful person) persona (feminine) diplomática
    Example sentences
    • You need to be an organiser, negotiator, diplomat and entertainer, ready to deal with anything and everything.

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