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Translation of "liaison" - English-Spanish dictionary

liaison

noun   /liˈeɪ.zɒn/
communication between people or groups who work with each other enlace He blamed the lack of liaison between the various government departments. The police have appointed a liaison officer to work with the local community.1209
formal a sexual relationship, especially between two people not married to each other relación, affaire He’s had a number of liaisons.633
(Definition of liaison from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

liaison

noun /liːˈeizon, (American) ˈliːeizon/
a contact or communication enlace, relación, coordinación the importance of liaison between parents and teachers (also adjective) a liason officer.
liaise /liːˈeiz/ verb
to communicate or make contact (with) especially as an official duty enlazar con He liaises with professional advisers such as lawyers.
(Definition of liaison from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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