or vice con·sul
- a consular officer of a grade below that of consul.
Origin of vice-consul
First recorded in 1550–60
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Examples from the Web for vice-consul
Of course there will be a consul-general in Egypt, and a vice-consul at each of the ports.At Aboukir and Acre
George Alfred Henty
We were to dine with the vice-consul at two o'clock, and we had not yet seen the fair.
"You were willing enough to talk to the vice-consul," he suggested.Plotting in Pirate Seas
The guard who attended my person, presented me to the consul and vice-consul.Perils and Captivity
Charlotte-Adlade [ne Picard] Dard
Leaving the Vice-Consul, they reached the station and there parted.Tristram of Blent