Consul (noun)

  1. An official appointed by a government to represent its interests and protect its citizens in a foreign country.
  2. A representative of a government in a foreign country who is responsible for protecting the interests of its citizens.
  3. An official who serves as a representative of a government in a foreign country.


The word consul is derived from the late 17th century from the latin word "consul" which means "counselor" or "deputy".


  1. The consul helped the American citizens in the foreign country.
  2. The consul was the official representative of the country in the foreign city.
  3. The consul"s job was to assist and protect the interests of his country"s citizens abroad.
  4. The consul met with the leaders of the foreign country.
  5. The consul's office was responsible for issuing visas to foreign travelers.
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