liaison definition

  • noun:
    • a case or a means of interaction between different groups or devices of an organization, especially in the armed forces.
    • One that keeps communication: offered whilst the President's liaison with Congress.
    • an in depth commitment, link, or website link.
    • An adulterous relationship; an affair.
    • Linguistics Pronunciation for the usually hushed final consonant of a word whenever followed by a word starting with a vowel, especially in French.
    • Communication between two parties or groups.
    • Co-operation, working together.
    • A relayer of information between two forces in an army or during war.
    • A tryst, intimate meeting.
    • An illicit sexual relationship or event.
    • A sandhi for which a normally quiet last consonant is pronounced whenever after that term begins with a vowel.
    • A union, or relationship of union; an intimacy; an interrelationship.
    • An illicit intimate relation between a person and a woman; a sexual afffair.
    • an ongoing process of interaction between components of a company or between two organizations acting collectively for a common purpose.
    • an individual whoever function it's to keep up these types of communication.
    • A pronunciation of a consonant noise that could be usually silent, like the final consonant of certain French terms, whenever next term begins with a vowel noise.
    • A bond of union; an intimacy; entanglement; frequently, an illicit closeness between a person and a female.
    • In the French language, the linking or joining in pronunciation of a final consonant, typically quiet, toward succeeding term when that starts with a vowel: like, vous (vö) and avez, whenever coming together, tend to be pronounced vö zavā.
    • In cookery, a thickening, typically of outdone eggs, intended to combine or amalgamate the ingredients of a dish.
    • a usually secretive or illicit intimate commitment
    • a channel for communication between teams
  • verb:
    • To liaise.

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