ambassadors-at-large

ambassador-at-large

[am-bas-uh-der-uht-lahrj, -dawr]
noun, plural ambassadors-at-large.
an ambassador who is not assigned to a particular diplomatic post but is appointed on a special mission.

Origin:
1905–10

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