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liaise

verb li·aise \lē-ˈāz\

: to make it possible for two organizations or groups to work together and provide information to each other : to act as a liaison

li·aisedli·ais·ing

Full Definition of LIAISE

intransitive verb
chiefly British
1
:  to establish liaison
2
:  to act as a liaison officer

Origin of LIAISE

back-formation from liaison
First Known Use: 1928

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