- n.大使( ambassador的名词复数 ); （派驻联合国等国际组织的）代表; 特使; [比喻]使者;
Kennedy, greatly admiring, rated him very high among his ambassadors.
The president is responsible for the designation of ambassadors.
His personal role within the margin available to ambassadors was almost certainly beneficial to US - Soviet relations.
The French and British ambassadors are Iined up on his side.
Negotiations haven't started because the ambassadors aren't there?
Ambassadors report him the ablest man in the country.
Travelers abroad should be ambassadors of good will and friendship.
It also decides cases involving foreign ambassadors and disputes between states.
He boasted to ambassadors about the value of his house.
For their princes are at Zoan And their ambassadors arrive at Hanes.
The President is responsible for the designation of ambassadors.
For his princes were at Zoan, and his ambassadors came to Hanes.
The dolphins and whales as ambassadors between Earth and other Star Nations.
He exchanged ambassadors with China.
Ambassadors were exchanged on March 1.