- A person officially assigned to the staff of a diplomatic mission to serve in a particular capacity: a cultural attaché; a military attaché.
- An attaché case.
Origin of attacheFrench, from past participle of attacher, to attach, from Old French attachier; see attach.
- A diplomatic officer, usually one who plays a specific role.
- Little did anyone suspect that the military attaché was one of the world's craftiest spies.
- attaché case