liaise

verb li·aise \ lē-ˈāz \
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of liaise

liaised; liaising
intransitive verb
chiefly British
1 : to establish liaison
  • was sent to Rome to liaise with the new government
2 : to act as a liaison officer

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Origin and Etymology of liaise

back-formation from liaison


LIAISE Defined for English Language Learners

liaise

verb

Definition of liaise for English Language Learners

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



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