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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenvoyen‧voy /ˈenvɔɪ/ ●○○ noun [countable]  REPRESENTsomeone who is sent to another country as an official representative syn emissary The United Nations is sending a special envoy to the area.
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envoyIran agreed to send an envoy to the United Nations for talks on ending the war.He also stressed that an envoy should not supplant any talks process.The President met yesterday with an envoy from Pakistan.The King still rules here and I am his envoy.Charles opted, realistically, for negotiation, and sent envoys to offer a meeting at Bourges in July.A special envoy was sent to Manila to try and secure the release of the hostages.He met their envoys at Bourges.Confrontation with the two envoys is very eye-opening.
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