A person who can deal with people in a sensitive and effective way
an official engaged in international negotiations
a person who deals tactfully with others
(diplomatic) relating to or characteristic of diplomacy; "diplomatic immunity"
(diplomatic) using or marked by tact in dealing with sensitive matters or people; "the hostess averted a confrontation with a diplomatic chenage of subject"
A diplomat is a person appointed by a state to conduct diplomacy with another state or international organization. ...
Diplomat is a simple yet very difficult card game that requires large amounts of memorization, recall, and logical thinking. Games usually last anywhere from 15 to 90 minutes, depending on the number and skill of players. ...
Diplomat is a solitaire card game which is played using two decks of playing cards shuffled together. Its layout is similar to that of Beleaguered Castle.
The Diplomat was a named passenger train of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) during the 1920s-1950s connecting New York City, and St. Louis, Missouri, via Washington, D.C. Other B&O trains on the route during that period were the premier National Limited and the workhorse Metropolitan Special.
The Diplomat is a Tokyo-based, online current affairs magazine covering politics, society and culture in the Asia-Pacific. The magazine, originally a bi-monthly print magazine, was founded by David Llewellyn-Smith, Minh Bui Jones and Sung Lee in 2001. ...
False Witness (also known as The Diplomat in the UK and US) is an Australian television mini-series produced by Screentime Australia for the Australian subscription television channel UK.TV. Commissioned as part of its required drama output, UK.TV has previously made Make or Break and Supernova.
The Diplomat is a 1949 novel by an Australian writer James Aldridge. The book tells the story of three British diplomats, while they set out for a journey, to get acquainted with the situation in Iranian Azerbaijan and Iranian Kurdistan at the brink of the Cold War.
A person who is accredited, such as an ambassador, to officially represent a government in its relations with other governments or international organisations; Someone who uses skill and tact in dealing with other people
(diplomatic) Concerning the relationships between the governments of countries; Exhibiting diplomacy; exercising tact or courtesy; using discussion to avoid hard feelings, fights or arguments
(Diplomatic) Nicholas Newton Henshall Witchell (born September 23, 1953) is a British journalist. ...
(diplomatic) study of the formal qualities of a document, including standardised forms of wording and layout
(Diplomats) also emerge during the Time of the Kings. Actually, many kings themselves prefer to be diplomats and leave the fighting to their inferiors if needed.
(Diplomats) can negotiate international agreements, ban or limit trade, or prohibit the sale of weapons to nations that support terrorists.
(diplomats) spies and terrorists
A person who tells you to go to hell in such a way that you actually look forward to the trip.
A person appointed to represent Ireland in other countries and to manage our relations with those countries
An official representative of a state, present in another state for the purposes of general representation of the state-of-origin or for the purpose of specific international negotiations on behalf of the diplomat's state-of-origin.
Laporte, François Louis (1810 - 1880), Diplomat, Entomologist and Icthyologist
a person who represents his or her country's government in a foreign country.
(1) one who has learned that you can't bend a nail by hitting it squarely on the head. (2) forever poised between a cliche and an indiscretion. (3) one who thinks twice before he says nothing.
A man who can convince his wife she would look fat in a fur coat.