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Meaning of “envoy” - Learner’s Dictionary

envoy

noun [C]     /ˈenvɔɪ/
someone who is sent to represent their government in another countryDiplomacy and mediationOccupations and trades
Translations of “envoy”
in Spanish enviado, -a, mensajero…
in Vietnamese phái viên…
in Thai ทูต…
in Malaysian utusan…
in French envoyé/-ée…
in German der Gesandte…
in Indonesian utusan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使者, 使节, 代表…
in Turkish hükümet tarafından görevlendirilen elçi, temsilci…
in Russian посланник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使者, 使節, 代表…
in Polish wysłanni-k/czka…
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