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Excellency

noun     /ˈek.səl.ənt.si/
Your Excellency/His Excellency
(the title of) someone in an important official position, especially someone, such as an ambassador , who represents their government in a foreign country (尤指对大使等的尊称)阁下 His Excellency will be pleased to see you now. 大使阁下现在会很高兴见到您的。 Names and titles
(Definition of Excellency from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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