Examples of embassy in a Sentence
Protesters marched outside the American embassy.
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Ron Dermer, Israel's ambassador to the United States, said America's recent decision to relocate its embassy to Israel will help advance the cause of Middle East peace.
According to a poll by the American Jewish Committee, only 16 percent of American Jews wanted the embassy moved right away, but no matter: The same constituency that is politically irrelevant to Netanyahu is irrelevant to Trump.
Last December, President Trump announced that the US embassy in Israel would be moving to Jerusalem.
Importantly, moving our embassy to Jerusalem also reflects the reality that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel.
The protests were largely a means of speaking out against the United States's recent decision to move their embassy to Jerusalem.
Perhaps the most fundamental sign of Trump’s new hardcore policy is the Jerusalem embassy move itself.
Some see the embassy move as fulfilling a divine prophecy.
The embassy would never have moved without Mr. Trump’s willingness to defy political convention.
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EMBASSY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of embassy for English Language Learners
: a group of people who work under an ambassador and represent their country in a foreign country
: the building where an ambassador lives and works
EMBASSY Defined for Kids
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