Definition of exequatur in English:

exequatur

Syllabification: ex·e·qua·tur
Pronunciation: /ˌeksəˈkwātər
 
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noun

An official recognition by a government of a consul, agent, or other representative of a foreign state, authorizing them to exercise the duties of office.

Origin

early 17th century: Latin, literally 'let him or her perform'.

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