Translation of diplomacy in Spanish:

diplomacy

Pronunciation: /dəˈpləʊməsi; dɪˈpləʊməsi/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 [Government/Gobierno] diplomacia (feminine)
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    • Mr Chairman, Zambia has invested a lot in diplomacy and international relations.
    • Summit diplomacy has become a very important component of international diplomacy.
    • Bad mouthing the Germans in mid-bid probably wasn't the smartest piece of international diplomacy.
    1.2 (tact) diplomacia (feminine)
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    • It would certainly require an incredible level of diplomacy and sensitivity.
    • Trying to make staff regulations for a team like that was a task requiring diplomacy and sensitivity.
    • Tactful diplomacy is, ultimately, the only sensible way to resolve this dispute.

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