ambassador

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} elçi

Birleşmiş Milletlerin büyük elçisiydi. - He was ambassador to the United Nations.

O, Haiti büyük elçisidir. - He's the ambassador to Haiti.

{i} büyükelçi

Onun tutkusu bir büyükelçi olmaktır. - Her ambition is to become an ambassador.

Büyükelçi bu gece Japonya'dan ayrılıyor. - The ambassador is leaving Japan tonight.

(Askeri) BÜYÜK ELÇİ

İngiltere'ye büyük elçi olarak atandı. - He was appointed ambassador to Britain.

O, Haiti büyük elçisidir. - He's the ambassador to Haiti.

{i} temsilci
sefir
sefiri
ambassador at large
(Politika, Siyaset) özel elçi
ambassador designate
(Politika, Siyaset) atanmış elçi
ambassador plenipotentiary
(Politika, Siyaset) yetkili elçi
good-will ambassador
iyi niyet elçisi
brand ambassador
(Reklam) Marka elçisi, marka temsilcisi
goodwill ambassador
İyi niyet elçisi
air mobility branch; ambassador
(Askeri) havadan intikal yeteneği kısmı; büyükelçi
ambassadorial
büyükelçi ile ilgili
ambassadorial
büyükelçilik ile ilgili
ambassadorial
büyükelçiyle ilgili
ambassadorship
büyükelçilik
goodwill ambassador
(Politika, Siyaset) iyi niyet elçisi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An official messenger and representative
A minister of the highest rank sent to a foreign court to represent there his sovereign or country
A trick to duck some ignorant fellow or landsman, frequently played on board ships in the warm latitudes. It is thus managed: A large tub is filled with water, and two stools placed on each side of it. Over the whole is thrown a tarpaulin, or old sail: this is kept tight by two persons, who are to represent the king and queen of a foreign country, and are seated on the stools. The person intended to be ducked plays the Ambassador, and after repeating a ridiculous speech dictated to him, is led in great form up to the throne, and seated between the king and queen, who rising suddenly as soon as he is seated, he falls backwards into the tub of water. (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)
{i} diplomatic official sent to a state as a representative of another state
An ambassador is an important official who lives in a foreign country and represents his or her own country's interests there. the German ambassador to Poland. Highest-ranking diplomatic representative of one government to another or to an international organization. As formally defined and recognized at the Congress of Vienna (1815), ambassadors were originally regarded as personal representatives of their country's chief executive rather than of the whole country, and their rank entitled them to meet personally with the head of state of the host country. Originally, only the principal monarchies exchanged ambassadors; the U.S. did not appoint ambassadors until 1893. Since 1945 all nations have been recognized as equals, and ambassadors or their equivalents are sent to all countries with which diplomatic relations are maintained. Before the development of modern communications, ambassadors were entrusted with extensive powers; they have since been reduced to spokespeople for their foreign offices
{n} a minister of the highest rank, better written Embassador, which see
the major car-brand in India, till recent de-regulation opened up the auto industry to foreign companies Awaking nostalgic memories in British tourists of the old Morris Oxford, the Ambassador has been exported as a retro curio, and its antiquated engine design has emitted much more noxious fumes and consumed far more gasoline than the oil and dollar-strapped India can afford Note that the roots of this monopoly-serving protectionism go back to M K Gandhi's vaunted Swadeshi Movement
The "Ambassador" is the chief diplomatic officer in an embassy and the duly empowered representative of one country to another nation
AM Construction is the same as the Ultralite described above except the exterior of this case is formed to the shape of the instrument rather than a rectangular shape
an informal representative; "an ambassador of good will"
n 1 An official of highest rank sent by a country to represent it in another country 2 Any person sent as a representative or messenger [the U S ambassador to the UN]
a person with the highest rank in dealing with diplomacy (relating with other countries)
The highest honor conferred by The United States Jaycees This most distinguished form of recognition for outstanding past and present Jaycees can be bestowed at the state or chapter level upon application and approval The prestigious Ambassadorship signifies an individual's exceptional contribution to the Jaycee movement in the United States
traditional Indian automobile
If you travel at all by road in India, you'll soon get to know the Ambassador It's a medium-sized vehicle, usually white, that looks like it was styled sometime in the '50s It's manufactured in India and, as any of the drivers will tell you, perfect for India's roads They also say it's easy to get parts for, even in the smallest villages - another admirable feature if you do any cross country travel The drivers all seem to be in love with them and will carry on at length, singing their praises
a diplomat of the highest rank; accredited as representative from one country to another
The highest honor conferred by The United States Jaycees This distinguished form of recognition for outstanding past and present Jaycees can be bestowed upon application and approval The Ambassadorship signifies and individual's exceptional contribution to the Jaycee movement in the United States
Catumen
Legal representative of a given nation-state in another Highest ranking diplomatic officer
A citizen that has been officially asked by their country to live in another country in order to legally represent it For example, the USA has sent ambassadors to live, and represent the USA, in almost all other countries
n a nation's highest diplomatic representative (to another government)
a diplomat of the highest rank; accredited as representative from one country to another an informal representative; "an ambassador of good will
A trick to duck some ignorant fellow or landsman, frequently played on board ships in the warm latitudes. It is thus managed: A large tub is filled with water, and two stools placed on each side of it. Over the whole is thrown a tarpaulin, or old sail: this is kept tight by two persons, who are to represent the king and queen of a foreign country, and are seated on the stools. The person intended to be ducked plays the Ambassador, and after repeating a ridiculous speech dictated to him, is led in great form up to the throne, and seated between the king and queen, who rising suddenly as soon as he is seated, he falls backwards into the tub of water
ambassador of Morocco
A shoemaker. (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)
ambassador at large
An ambassador who is not assigned to a specific country
brand ambassador
(Reklam) Brand Ambassadors serve as the face of their client company at promotional events. They offer the company a chance to make a good impression on prospects. An effective brand ambassador is one who is interested in the product they are promoting, who can easily connect with the product. "During the live brand experience they become the identity of the brand, because they are the only human interface between the brand personality and the consumer. They are the people who have the potential to appeal to the desires of the participants and strenghten their relationship with the brand."
Ambassadorial
of or relating to or characteristic of ambassadors
Ambassadorship
the post of ambassador
ambassadorial
{s} pertaining to or characteristic of an ambassador
ambassadorial
Of or pertaining to an ambassador
ambassadorial
Ambassadorial means belonging or relating to an ambassador. an ambassadorial post
ambassadors
plural of "ambassador"
ambassadorship
The post or office of ambassador
ambassadorship
{i} office or rank of ambassador
ambassadorship
The state, office, or functions of an ambassador
non-residential ambassador
ambassador which is not a permanent resident of the country where he works but instead visits occasionally
roving ambassador
delegate that is not an ambassador in a particular location but rather travels from place to place for political purposes
ambassador

    Расстановка переносов

    am·bas·sa·dor

    Турецкое произношение

    ämbäsıdır

    Произношение

    /amˈbasədər/ /æmˈbæsədɜr/

    Этимология

    [ am-'ba-s&-d&r, &m- ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English ambassadore, from Anglo-Norman ambassaduer, ambassateur, from Old Italian ambassatore, ambassadore, from Old Provençal ambaisador (“ambassador”), derivative of ambaissa (“service, mission, errand”), of Germanic origin, from Gothic (andbahti, “service, function”), from Proto-Germanic *ambahtijan (“service, office”), derivative of Proto-Germanic *ambahtaz (“servant”), of Celtic origin, from Gaulish *ambactos (“servant”), from Proto-Indo-European *ambhi- (“around”) + Proto-Indo-European *ag'- (“to drive”). More at umbe, agent.

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