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consular

[ kon suh ler, kons yuh- ]
/ ˈkɒn sə lər, ˈkɒns yə- /
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adjective
of or relating to a consul appointed by one country to look after its interests and its citizens’ welfare in another:Here in Houston, consular officials from a host of different nations can provide a wealth of information on the economy, culture, and tourism of the countries they represent.
of or relating to the two chief magistrates of the ancient Roman republic, or the period when this office existed:Government in the England of the Georges, like that in consular Rome, was in the hands of an aristocratic oligarchy.Hannibal didn't just defeat whole consular Roman armies—he annihilated them and their leaders.
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OTHER WORDS FROM consular

non·con·su·lar, adjectivesub·con·su·lar, adjective
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