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liaison

noun
 
 
/liˈeɪzən/
COMMUNICATION [U] communication between people or groups that work with each otherInformal talking and conversation
PERSON [C] US someone who helps groups to communicate effectively with each another: She served as an informal liaison between employees and management.Informal talking and conversation
RELATIONSHIP [C] a short, secret sexual relationship between people who are not marriedMarriage, cohabitation and other relationships
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