embassy

[ US /ˈɛmbəsi/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛmbəsˌi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a diplomatic building where ambassadors live or work
  2. an ambassador and his entourage collectively
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How To Use embassy In A Sentence

  • The embassy had been shut down due to Mongolia's support for South Korea's "sunshine policy" of conciliation toward the North.
  • The hostage-takers Bowden spoke with expressed little regret at their seizure of the embassy, but most, like Mirdamadi, lamented the role they played in cementing the repressive rule of the clerics. Into the Den of Spies
  • The three were taken into custody in connection with alleged plans to attack the US embassy in Paris.
  • DUSHANBE -- More than 20 journalists protested today outside the Uzbek Embassy in the Tajik capital, Dushanbe, to demand an end to what they call Uzbekistan's ongoing economic blockade of Tajikistan, RFE/RL's Tajik Service reports. Spero News
  • Libya, it was claimed, had ordered the embassy to orchestrate a night of carnage in the nightclub and ‘cause maximum and indiscriminate damages’.
  • Well, this article is supposed to be based on a memo from the U.S. embassy to the State Department.
  • On Friday, June 4th, 2010, Ambassador Zhang Jungao, accompanied by the staff members of the Chinese Embassy and Chinese Medical Team, paid a visit to the Guyana Demerara Distillers Ltd (DDL).
  • Several embassy staff were declared persona non grata and asked to leave the country within 48 hours.
  • Negroponte's embassy also suppressed information about human rights abuses committed by the Honduran military.
  • He wrote up a report (on a typewriter, whose ribbon he destroyed afterwards) and sent it to the US embassy in Bonn.
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