The public function of an ambassador; the charge or business intrusted to an ambassador or to envoys; a public message to; foreign court concerning state affairs; hence, any solemn message.
The person or persons sent as ambassadors or envoys; the ambassador and his suite; envoys.
The residence or office of an ambassador.
A diplomatic mission, representing a State abroad. EU citizenship confers the right to protection of any EU Member State for an EU citizen who finds him or herself in a country outside the EU in which his or her own State is not represented. (See EU citizenship: Consular and diplomatic protection)
a diplomatic mission in the capital city of a foreign country headed by an ambassador
a government office located in a major city of a foreign country which is responsible for the commercial and trade interests of the home country. The embassy may also be the official residence of the ambassador of the home country. Embassies provide services related to trade and investment information, immigration processing, emergencies, travel advisories, health and other assistance to home country citizens travelling abroad.
A building containing the offices of an ambassador and staff.
a diplomatic building where ambassadors live or work
an ambassador and his entourage collectively
a building that is owned by a government to house its diplomatic and consular staff that is in another country
a building where diplomats from one world can live and/or work on the territory of another
a diplomatic office established in one country by another country with which diplomatic relations have been established
an ambassador's residence
a symbol of a nation's foreign presence, identity, and diplomatic intentions
Term for the main representative office of one country in the capital city of another, headed by an Ambassador.
The official representation of a foreign government in London, which is staffed by an ambassador and his personnel. In the case of a commonwealth country it is called a High Commission. Embassies and High Commissions work under the instructions of their Foreign Ministries.
The â€œEmbassyâ€ of one country is that countryâ€(tm)s main diplomatic office that is physically located in another nation. Embassies are typically located only in national capital cities; most embassies in the U.S. are in Washington, D.C.
The main office for the American government located in a friendly foreign country.
An embassy is a government body that is set up to look after the welfare of the nationals of that country.
the building an ambassador works in
Embassy was an Australian television series screened on the ABC between 1990 and 1992. There were three series produced with a total of 39 episodes. The series was set in the Australian embassy of a fictional south-east Asian country called Ragaan, located somewhere between Thailand and Malaysia.