Note-verbale



[nawt ver-bal] /nɔt vɛrˈbal/

noun, plural notes verbales
[nawt ver-bal] /nɔt vɛrˈbal/ (Show IPA). French.
1.
a diplomatic communication prepared in the third person and unsigned: less formal than a note but more formal than an aide-mémoire.

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