consular

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From Middle English consular, from Latin cōnsulāris.

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consular (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to a consul, or the office thereof.
    If this is a consular ship, where is the ambassador?

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consular (plural consulars)

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    • 1612, Samuel Danyel, The First Part of the Historie of England, London: [] Nicholas Okes, page 15:
      And reordring the gouernment therof, for a future security, deuides it into. 5. Prouinces, to be ruled by one vice-gerent; 5. Rectors, 2. Consulars, and 3. Presidents.
    • 1741, Conyers Middleton, The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, volume I, the second edition, London: [] W. Innys, [] and R. Manby, [], page 242:
      CICERO being now reduced to the condition of a private Senator, was to take his place on that venerable bench of Conſulars, who were juſtly reckoned the firſt Citizens of the Republic.
    • 2004, Christopher S. Mackay, Ancient Rome: A Military and Political History, Cambridge University Press, →ISBN, page 251:
      Each year eight praetorians (ex-praetors) and two consulars (ex-consuls) were chosen to govern the traditional senatorial provinces for one year, and there were various posts (e.g., head of the treasury) to be held by praetorians.

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consular (masculine and feminine plural consulars)

  1. consular

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cōnsular

  1. first-person singular future passive indicative of cōnsulō

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consular m or f (plural consulares)

  1. consular (pertaining to a consul)

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RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French consulaire and Latin cōnsulāris.

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consular m or n (feminine singular consulară, masculine plural consulari, feminine and neuter plural consulare)

  1. consular

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /konsuˈlaɾ/, [kõn.suˈlaɾ]
  • Hyphenation: con‧su‧lar

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consular (plural consulares)

  1. consular

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