The body of diplomats residing in a particular country.
More example sentences
- On 19 October, the city went under martial law and the government offices and diplomatic corps began evacuating to Kuibyshev.
- World War I, however, brought revolutions, national democratic movements, and the first wave of anti-imperialism: the aristocratic veneer of the diplomatic corps began to wear thin.
- The Renaissance papacy, infamous for nepotism and corruption, nevertheless went on to contribute innovations in diplomacy, such as resident ambassadors and rules for the diplomatic corps at Rome.
Definition of diplomatic corps in:
- The British & World English dictionary