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diplomatic
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
diplomatic /,diplə'mætik/
  • tính từ
    • ngoại giao
      • the diplomatic body (corps): đoàn ngoại giao
    • có tài ngoại giao; có tính chất ngoại giao
    • (thuộc) văn kiện chính thức; (thuộc) văn thư công
Concise Dictionary
‚dɪplə'mætɪk
adj.
+relating to or characteristic of diplomacy
+skilled in dealing with sensitive matters or people

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
tactful, discreet, prudent, wise, sensitive, politic, courteous, polite, discerning, perceptive, perspicacious, thoughtful:
How diplomatic it was of you to have invited Frances's husband!
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 connected with managing relations between countries (= DIPLOMACY): a diplomatic crisis + Attempts are being made to settle the dispute by diplomatic means. + to break off / establish / restore diplomatic relations with a country
2 having or showing skill in dealing with people in difficult situations: a diplomatic answer / move / smile + You could try being a little more diplomatic this time.
diplomatically adverb: The country remained diplomatically isolated. + 'Why don't we take a break for coffee?' she suggested diplomatically.


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