diplomatise

diplomatise
diploˈmatize or diploˈmatise intransitive verb and transitive verb
To practise, or bring about by, diplomacy
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Main Entry:diplomacy

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  • diplomatise — (Brit.) v. be diplomatic, use diplomacy, use tact, use diplomacy techniques (also diplomatize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diplomatised — diplomatise (Brit.) v. be diplomatic, use diplomacy, use tact, use diplomacy techniques (also diplomatize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diplomatises — diplomatise (Brit.) v. be diplomatic, use diplomacy, use tact, use diplomacy techniques (also diplomatize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diplomatising — diplomatise (Brit.) v. be diplomatic, use diplomacy, use tact, use diplomacy techniques (also diplomatize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diplomatize — diplomatization, n. /di ploh meuh tuyz /, v., diplomatized, diplomatizing. v.i. 1. to use diplomacy or tact. v.t. 2. to use the techniques of diplomacy on. Also, esp. Brit., diplomatise. [1660 70; DIPLOMAT + IZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • diplomatize — (Amer.) di plo·ma·tize || É™taɪz v. be diplomatic, use diplomacy, use tact, use diplomacy techniques (also diplomatise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diplomatized — diplomatize (Amer.) di plo·ma·tize || É™taɪz v. be diplomatic, use diplomacy, use tact, use diplomacy techniques (also diplomatise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diplomatizes — diplomatize (Amer.) di plo·ma·tize || É™taɪz v. be diplomatic, use diplomacy, use tact, use diplomacy techniques (also diplomatise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diplomatizing — diplomatize (Amer.) di plo·ma·tize || É™taɪz v. be diplomatic, use diplomacy, use tact, use diplomacy techniques (also diplomatise) …   English contemporary dictionary

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