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consul in Officials topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsulcon‧sul /ˈkɒnsəl $ ˈkɑːn-/ noun [countable]  PGOa government official sent to live in a foreign city to help people from his or her own country who are living or staying thereambassador the British Consul in Parisconsular /ˈkɒnsjələ $ ˈkɑːnsələr/ adjective a consular official
Examples from the Corpus
consulIt's like that Roman Emperor who made his horse into a consul.He's like an old Roman consul snorting at the follies of the government.Molly Williamson, the U.S. Consul in East JerusalemNo one had any record of a request from the consul general for interviews.It was the consul, of course, who had to be willing.The consul can accompany a victim when dealing with police and provide an interpreter.The consul looked at her so gratefully I think he forgot I was in the room.The consul said the papers would take time to prepare.