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emissary

noun /(British ) ˈemisəri, ˈemisri; (American) ˈemiˌseriː/ ( plural emissaries)
someone who represents a government or head of state and is sent on a special mission, especially to deliver an official message
emisario, mensajero
Pope Gregory “the Great” sent his emissary, Bishop Augustus, to Britain.
Translations of “emissary”
in Vietnamese sứ thần…
in Thai ผู้แทนทางการทูต…
in Malaysian emisari…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使者, 特使, 密使…
in Indonesian utusan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使者, 特使, 密使…
(Definition of emissary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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