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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 exchange information with them: Our head office will liaise with the suppliers to ensure delivery.
to be the link between two or more people, organizations, etc.: Her department liaises between the development team and the regional offices.
(Definition of liaise from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"liaise" in Business English

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liaiseverb [I]

uk   /liˈeɪz/ us  
UK to work with someone in order to exchange information with them: I regularly liaise with the chairman of the audit committee on larger British incorporated institutions.
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 accurate job 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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