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Translation of "diplomacy" - English-Spanish dictionary

diplomacy

noun /diˈplouməsi/
the business of making agreements, treaties etc between countries; the business of looking after the affairs of one’s country etc in a foreign country diplomacia international diplomacy. skill and tact in dealing with people, persuading them etc diplomacia Use a little diplomacy and she’ll soon agree to help. diplomat /ˈdipləmӕt/ noun a person engaged in diplomacy diplomático He is a diplomat at the American embassy. diplomatic /dipləˈmӕtik/ adjective concerning diplomacy diplomático a diplomatic mission. tactful diplomático a diplomatic remark. diplomatically adverb diplomáticamente She diplomatically kept silent on the matter.
(Definition of diplomacy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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