Definition of diplomatic immunity
: an international law that gives foreign diplomats special rights in the country where they are working ◆Under diplomatic immunity, diplomats cannot be arrested and do not have to pay taxes while working in other countries.
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: of, relating to, or concerned with the art and practice of conducting negotiations between nations : of, relating to, or concerned with diplomacy or diplomats
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