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diplomacy
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
diplomacy /di'plouməsi/
  • danh từ
    • thuật ngoại giao; ngành ngoại giao; khoa ngoại giao
    • sự khéo léo trong giao thiệp, tài ngoại giao
Concise Dictionary
diplomacies-əsɪ
noun
+negotiation between nations
+subtly skillful handling of a situation
+wisdom in the management of public affairs

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 tact, tactfulness, adroitness, discretion:
She was able to get rid of that rude boor with her customary diplomacy.
2 statecraft, statesmanship, negotiation; intrigue, Machiavellianism, machination, manoeuvring or maneuvering:
Cardinal Richelieu is considered the founder of modern diplomacy.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun [U]
1 the activity of managing relations between different countries; the skill in doing this: international diplomacy + Diplomacy is better than war.
2 skill in dealing with people in difficult situations without upsetting or offending them
Synonym: TACT
She was praised for her tact and diplomacy.
See also - SHUTTLE DIPLOMACY
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 managing international relations

ADJ.

careful, shrewd | ‘gunboat … ’
What they could not take by political intrigue they took by ‘gunboat diplomacy’ (= threatening military action).
| international | secret | personal
Churchill's highly personal diplomacy in seeking a meeting with the Russians
| traditional
a crisis lying outside the scope of traditional diplomacy
| preventive | shuttle
a round of shuttle diplomacy between Washington and Brussels
| Anglo-French, European, Russian, etc.

VERB + DIPLOMACY

use
prefering to use diplomacy rather than force

DIPLOMACY + VERB

go on
Behind the scenes a lot of secret diplomacy was going on.

PREP.

by/through ~
We must try and resolve this situation through diplomacy rather than conflict.

2 skill in dealing with people

ADJ.

great | quiet

VERB + DIPLOMACY

have
We need someone who has tact and diplomacy.
| exercise, show, use
I thought you showed great diplomacy in dealing with him.
| call for, need, require
Trying to get the divorced couple to agree calls for a great deal of diplomacy.

PREP.

by/through ~
The way forward in this situation is by diplomacy and negotiation.
| with ~
She handled the awkward situation with her usual quiet diplomacy.



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