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emissary

noun [C]     /ˈem.ɪ.sər.i/ US  /-ser-/ formal
a person sent by one government or political leader to another to take messages or to take part in discussions 使者;特使;密使 The Foreign Secretary has flown to China as the personal emissary of the Prime Minister. 外交部長已經以首相的私人特使的身份搭機前往中國。 Diplomacy and mediation
Translations of “emissary”
in Vietnamese sứ thần…
in Spanish emisario, mensajero…
in Thai ผู้แทนทางการทูต…
in Malaysian emisari…
in Indonesian utusan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使者, 特使, 密使…
(Definition of emissary from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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