vice-consul

or vice con·sul

[ vahys-kon-suh l ]
/ ˈvaɪsˈkɒn səl /

noun

a consular officer of a grade below that of consul.

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Origin of vice-consul

First recorded in 1550–60

OTHER WORDS FROM vice-consul

vice-con·su·lar, adjectivevice-con·su·late, nounvice-con·sul·ship, noun
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