[kon-suh-lit] /ˈkɒn sə lɪt/
the premises officially occupied by a .
the position, work, authority, or term of service of a .
(often initial capital letter) a government by , as in France from 1799 to 1804.
the business premises or residence of a consul
government by consuls
the office or period of office of a consul or consuls
late 14c., “government of Rome by the consuls,” from Latin consulatus “office of a consul,” from consul (see consul). Also used in reference to the consular government of France from 1799-1804. In reference to the office of a modern consul, from 1702.
noun, plural consulates general. 1. the office or establishment of a 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
[kon-suh l] /ˈkɒn səl/ noun 1. an official appointed by the government of one country to look after its commercial interests and the welfare of its citizens in another country. 2. either of the two chief magistrates of the ancient Roman republic. 3. French History. one of the three supreme magistrates of the First Republic […]
[verb kuh n-suhlt; noun kon-suhlt, kuh n-suhlt] /verb kənˈsʌlt; noun ˈkɒn sʌlt, kənˈsʌlt/ verb (used with object) 1. to seek advice or information from; ask guidance from: Consult your lawyer before signing the contract. 2. to refer to for information: Consult your dictionary for the spelling of the word. 3. to have regard for (a […]