verb (used without object), liaised, liaising.
to form a .
(intransitive) usually foll by with. to communicate and maintain contact (with)
1928, back-formation from liaison. Said to be a coinage of British military men in World War I. Related: Liaised; liaising.
To cooperate; get into regular contact: told her to liaise with the FBI
[1916+; shortening of liaison]
[lee-ey-zawn, lee-uh-zon, -zuh n or, often, ley-; lee-ey-zuh n, -zon; French lye-zawn] /ˌli eɪˈzɔ̃, ˈli əˌzɒn, -zən or, often, ˈleɪ-; liˈeɪ zən, -zɒn; French lyɛˈzɔ̃/ noun, plural liaisons [lee-ey-zawnz, lee-uh-zonz, -zuh nz or, often, ley-, lee-ey-zuh nz, -zonz; French lye-zawn] /ˌli eɪˈzɔ̃z, ˈli əˌzɒnz, -zənz or, often, ˈleɪ-, liˈeɪ zənz, -zɒnz; French lyɛˈzɔ̃/ (Show IPA) […]
- Liaison officer
noun 1. a person who liaises between groups or units 2. (NZ) a university official who oversees the operation of the accrediting system in schools
[Greek lyah-koo-rah] /Greek ˈlyɑ ku rɑ/ noun 1. modern name of (def 1). /ˈljakura/ noun 1. a transliteration of the Modern Greek name for (Mount) Parnassus
[lee-ah-nuh, -an-uh] /liˈɑ nə, -ˈæn ə/ noun 1. any of various usually woody vines that may climb as high as the tree canopy in a tropical forest. /lɪˈɑːnə/ noun 1. any of various woody climbing plants mainly of tropical forests language A C-like, interpretive, object-oriented programming language, class library, and integrated development environment designed specifically […]