persona grata

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persona gra·ta

 (pər-sō′nə grä′tə, grăt′ə)
n. pl. per·so·nae gra·tae (-nē; -tē)
A person who is acceptable or welcome, especially to a foreign government: The successful treaty made the ambassador a persona grata. The foreign ministry deemed the envoy to be persona grata.

[Late Latin persōna grāta : Latin persōna, person + Latin grāta, feminine of grātus, acceptable.]

persona grata

(pɜːˈsəʊnə ˈɡrɑːtə)
n, pl personae gratae (pɜːˈsəʊniː ˈɡrɑːtiː)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an acceptable person, esp a diplomat acceptable to the government of the country to which he or she is sent

per•so•na gra•ta

(pərˈsoʊ nə ˈgrɑ tə, ˈgreɪ tə, ˈgræt ə)

being personally acceptable or welcome.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.persona grata - a diplomat who is acceptable to the government to which he is sent
diplomat, diplomatist - an official engaged in international negotiations
Persona grata