Consul-general



noun, plural consuls general.
1.
a consular officer of the highest rank, as a person who is stationed at a place of considerable commercial importance or supervises other consuls.
noun (pl) consuls general
1.
a consul of the highest grade, usually stationed in a city of considerable commercial importance

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