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"liaise" in British English

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liaiseverb [I]

uk   /liˈeɪz/  us   /liˈeɪz/
to ​speak to ​people in other ​organizations, etc. in ​order to ​work with them or ​exchangeinformation with them: Our ​headoffice will liaise with the ​suppliers to ​ensuredelivery.
to be the ​link between two or more ​people, ​organizations, etc.: Her ​department liaises between the ​developmentteam and the ​regionaloffices.
(Definition of liaise from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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liaiseverb [I]

uk   us   /liˈeɪz/
UK to ​work with someone in ​order to ​exchangeinformation with them: I ​regularly liaise with the ​chairman of the ​auditcommittee on larger British ​incorporatedinstitutions.
to ​work with ​people in different ​groups, ​departments, or ​organizations in ​order to ensure ​information is ​exchanged: We liaise with the ​department to get an ​accuratejob description and ​forward that to the ​agency. Nicola had to liaise between the ​client and an angry ​hotelier.
(Definition of liaise from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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