Diplomatic means relating to diplomacy and diplomats. before the two countries resume full diplomatic relations Efforts are being made to avert war and find a diplomatic solution + diplomatically dip·lo·mati·cal·ly a growing sense of doubt that the conflict can be resolved diplomatically
Someone who is diplomatic is able to be careful to say or do things without offending people. She is very direct. I tend to be more diplomatic, I suppose. + diplomatically dip·lo·mati·cal·ly `Their sound is very interesting,' he says, diplomatically
An illness feigned by one or more government officials or other public figures as an excuse for an absence really based on political reasons
While the Liberals may be considering the scenario of an epidemic of diplomatic flu to save themselves from toppling the minority government, no such virus will decimate Bloc ranks in the event of a confidence vote.
A diplomatic mission is a group of people from one state or an international inter-governmental organisation (such as the United Nations) present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state. In practice, a diplomatic mission usually denotes the permanent mission, namely the office of a country's diplomatic representatives in the capital city of another country. As well as being a diplomatic mission to the country in which it is situated, it may also be a non-resident permanent mission to one or more other countries. There are thus resident and non-resident embassies
A diplomatic bag is a bag or container in which mail is sent to and from foreign embassies. Diplomatic bags are protected by law, so that they are not opened by anyone except the official or embassy they are addressed to. a bag or container used for sending official government documents to diplomats working abroad
The diplomatic corps is the group of all the diplomats who work in one city or country. The body of diplomatic personnel in residence at a nation's capital. all the diplomats working in a particular country
Diplomatic immunity is the freedom from legal action and from paying taxes that a diplomat has in the country in which he or she is working. The embassy official claimed diplomatic immunity and was later released. The exemption from taxation and ordinary processes of law afforded to diplomatic personnel in a foreign country. a diplomat's special rights in the country where they are working, which protect them from local taxes and prosecution
The diplomatic service is the government department that employs diplomats to work in foreign countries. the Diplomatic Service the British government department that sends people to represent Britain in other countries
An official representative of a state, present in another state for the purposes of general representation of the state-of-origin or for the purpose of specific international negotiations on behalf of the diplomat's state-of-origin
[ "di-pl&-'ma-tik ] (adjective.) 1711. in sense 1, from New Latin diplomaticus, from Latin diplomat-, diploma; in other senses, from French diplomatique connected with documents regulating international relations, from New Latin diplomaticus.
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