Examples of embassy in a Sentence
Protesters marched outside the American embassy.
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Photos showed the Ukrainian national team leaving flowers at its Canadian embassy.
Russia, in turn, has ordered the expulsion of Western diplomats from embassies in Moscow and ordered closures of consulates, including the U.S. facility in Saint Petersburg.
The Chinese embassy had requested 40 visas so Mr. Liu could bring a full entourage.
Previously, the embassy had a large consular staff that processed visas requests for family visits, immigrant visas and other requests from Cuban nationals.
The number of foreign embassies in Washington, DC is also a hurdle, because these institutions operate with impunity on sovereign soil.
An identical tweet by the UK embassy in Russia, was also deleted.
The South Korean embassy in Washington declined to comment.
President Trump first announced that the embassy would move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in December.
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Origin and Etymology of embassy
First Known Use: 1534See Words from the same year
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
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