[ US /æmˈbæsədɝ/ ]
[ UK /ɐmbˈæsədɐ/ ]
  1. a diplomat of the highest rank; accredited as representative from one country to another
  2. an informal representative
    an ambassador of good will
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How To Use ambassador In A Sentence

  • This proposed procurement is a continuation of an existing contractual agreement for the developed prototype NASA Student Ambassadors Virtual Community (NSAVC) web site. ... Curious Virtual Community Procurement - NASA Watch
  • The latest strategy is now seen dropping unsupported accusations across the media spectrum to the effect that the intelligence agency's assignment of Ambassador Joseph Wilson to look into the now-discredited Iraq/Niger/uranium claims were all part of a long-term insidious scheme to try and discredit the Bush Administration. Brad Friedman: Wingnuts Declare Coordinated All-Out Cross-Media War on CIA as Newest Front in TreasonGate!
  • The ambassador personally conveyed the president's message to the king.
  • Further evidence of China's increasing dismay with Pyongyang comes in a cable in June 2009 from the US ambassador to Kazakhstan, Richard Hoagland.
  • Alifabs Ambassador extruded aluminium fascia gutter and rainwater system is the design ideal for both new and existing buildings.
  • He was appointed ambassador to America.
  • Ambassador Simons has been asked to speak at the dinner.
  • Benjamin Franklin was the US ambassador to absolutist France after the American Revolution.
  • Tokyo would also appoint an ambassador to Asean, he said.
  • Ambassador Liu congratulated Baroness Warsi on her being a member of the British Cabinet as the first Muslim woman.
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