Translation of diplomatist in Spanish:

diplomatist

persona diplomática, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈploʊmədəst/ /dɪˈpləʊmətɪst/

noun

  • 1

    persona diplomática feminine
    • There are people for whom professional diplomatists are out of touch, upper - class ex-Oxbridge twits, paid over-large salaries for living on the cocktail circuit.
    • Solemn supermen and imperial diplomatists are proud of restraining their anger.
    • There certainly have been a great number of successful diplomatists, as they would be called in the old days.
    • ‘The diplomatist has to recognize,’ writes Martin Wight, ‘his own objectives and limitations; there are certain things he wants, certain consequences he fears, and certain things he cannot do because his power reaches its limits.’
    • The New York Times obituary quotes Yale historian John Lewis Gaddis, Kennan's authorized biographer: ‘He'll be remembered as a diplomatist and a grand strategist of the cold war.’
    • British diplomatist Sir Harold Nicolson (like him, an eighteenth century man living a seventeenth century life in the midst of the twentieth century) sought him out on his valedictory trip to the United States in 1963.
    • Modem communications has made the diplomatist's task more not less difficult simply because of the problem of keeping track of this complicated network of inter-communication.
    • He had a supreme reverence for the truth, his word was his bond - a trait which Englishmen love and which will always make them poor diplomatists.
    • A life's work such as that of Professor Charlotte Angas Scott is worth more to the world than many anxious efforts of diplomatists.
    • The point of the book is to emphasize the role of President Lincoln as a diplomatist and of slavery as a world issue in re-evaluating the European decision not to intervene in the American conflict.
    • The traces of Yax Pasaj's activities as a peripatetic diplomatist are also preserved in several inscribed alabaster vases from western Honduras.
    • The son of Lady Elizabeth Savile, for whom Halifax had written his ‘Advice to a Daughter’ He was a distinguished statesman and diplomatist, ambassador at The Hague 1728-32 and lord lieutenant of Ireland 1745-6.
    • A disciple of Plato from 388 / 7, he married Dionysius' daughter Arete and became his most trusted minister and diplomatist.