- the office or establishment of a consul general.
Origin of consulate general
First recorded in 1880–85
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Examples from the Web for consulate general
First to the Consulate-General to get off some telegrams, etc.
There are several hundreds of them in the German Consulate-General which has been provisioned as for a siege.
All they had to do was to go down to the German Consulate-General, where we had people waiting to tell them all there was to know.
I suggest that I be given authority to establish an agency and consulate-general at the Bulgarian capital.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents
James D. Richardson
Many others have been asking for information from this Consulate-General, which has been able to give valuable information.Guatemala, the country of the future
Charles M. Pepper