Translation of diplomat in Spanish:


diplomático, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdɪpləˌmæt/ /ˈdɪpləmat/


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    diplomático masculine
    diplomática feminine
    a career diplomat un diplomático de carrera
    • Government leaders, senior officials and diplomats attended the ceremony.
    • The news will come as a blow in London where senior officials and diplomats believed a new resolution was possible by last week.
    • The officials and diplomats spoke anonymously because of the delicacy of the negotiations on what tack to take on Iran.
    • Industry officials and diplomats in Guinea on Monday would discuss the find here only on condition of anonymity.
    • The ruling stipulated that only diplomats and servicemen posted abroad will be allowed to vote, by mail.
    • It is now housed in the prime minister's palace and is set to be used by politicians, diplomats and aid officials from all over the world.
    • Every four or five months, Dergoul said, he was visited by British diplomats and officials from MI5.
    • Croatia was represented only by diplomats from its mission in Sofia, due to visa restrictions.
    • The assessment by US intelligence officials and diplomats at the time of the massacre was optimistic.
    • From the start, diplomats and officials at the UN recognised that this was a bodged compromise.
    • Now it seems that pressure from foreign diplomats and top officials could turn the tide.
    • However, diplomats and former senior officials were sceptical of the claims.
    • For their part, coalition officials and Western diplomats talk of leaving in around two years.
    • Its victims have included diplomats and military officials from Turkey and America.
    • He's the first diplomat to represent an Arab country in the new Iraq and had just arrived on the job in June.
    • European diplomats and Croatian officials also claim Britain is doing Washington's bidding.
    • Sometimes, diplomats might be representing a country that is almost on the verge of war with the host country.
    • A series of rights, privileges, and immunities became attached both to diplomats and diplomatic activities.
    • Some diplomats, military men, and other government officials also lost their jobs.
    • It is not clear what the Belgian government advised its diplomats to do.
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    (tactful person)
    persona diplomática feminine
    • You need to be an organiser, negotiator, diplomat and entertainer, ready to deal with anything and everything.