consul general(redirected from Consul-general)
n. pl. consuls general
A consul of the highest rank serving at a principal location and usually responsible for other consular offices within a country.
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n, pl consuls general
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a consul of the highest grade, usually stationed in a city of considerable commercial importance
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n., pl. consuls general.
a consul of the highest rank, usu. stationed at a place of commercial importance.
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