liaises, liaising, liaised
When organizations or people liaise, or when one organization liaises with another, they work together and keep each other informed about what is happening.

[V with n] Detectives are liaising with Derbyshire police following the bomb explosion early today...

[pl-n V with pron-recip] The three groups will all liaise with each other to help the child...

[pl-n V] Social services and health workers liaise closely. [Also V between pl-n]

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  • liaise — li‧aise [liˈeɪz] verb [intransitive] to make sure that information is passed between people, departments, or organizations so that they can work effectively: liaise with • You should liaise with other staff on training provision. * * * liaise UK… …   Financial and business terms

  • liaise — liaise, liaison The noun liaison, pronounced li ay zon in BrE and in various ways in AmE, became fully anglicized early in the 20c, replacing its nasalized final syllable with a normal one. Since the early 20c, it has had the meaning ‘an illicit… …   Modern English usage

  • liaise — ► VERB 1) cooperate on a matter of mutual concern. 2) (liaise between) act as a link to assist communication between. ORIGIN from LIAISON(Cf. ↑liaison) …   English terms dictionary

  • liaise — li*aise (l[=e]*[=a]z ), v. i. [By back formation from {liaison}.] 1. To form or maintain a liaison[3]. [1913 Webster] 2. To act as a liaison[4]. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • liaise — (v.) 1928, back formation from LIAISON (Cf. liaison). Said to be a coinage of British military men in World War I. Related: Liaised; liaising …   Etymology dictionary

  • liaise — [lē āz′] vi. liaised, liaising [back form. < LIAISON] [Brit. Informal] to establish liaison: usually with with …   English World dictionary

  • liaise — UK [lɪˈeɪz] / US verb [intransitive] Word forms liaise : present tense I/you/we/they liaise he/she/it liaises present participle liaising past tense liaised past participle liaised 1) if one person liaises with another, or if people liaise, they… …   English dictionary

  • liaise — li|aise [ li eız ] verb intransitive 1. ) MAINLY BRITISH if one person liaises with another or people liaise, they talk to each other and tell each other what they are doing, so that they can work together effectively: Community workers will… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • liaise — v. (BE) (D; intr.) ( to mediate ) to liaise between; with * * * [lɪ eɪz] (BE) (D; intr.) ( to mediate ) to liaise between: with …   Combinatory dictionary

  • liaise — li|aise [liˈeız] v [I] [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: liaison] to exchange information with someone who works in another organization or department so that you can both be more effective liaise with ▪ Council officers are liaising closely with local… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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