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consul

noun [C]  /ˈkɑn·səl/ us  
a government official who lives in a foreign city in order to take care of the people from the official’s own country who are traveling or living there and to protect the trade interests of that government
Translations of “consul”
in Korean 영사…
in Arabic قُنْصُل…
in French consul, ule…
in Turkish konsolos, konsül…
in Italian consule…
in Chinese (Traditional) 領事…
in Russian консул…
in Polish konsul…
in Spanish cónsul…
in Portuguese cônsul, consulesa…
in German der Konsul…
in Catalan cònsol…
in Japanese 領事…
in Chinese (Simplified) 领事…
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