[lee-ey-zawn, lee-uh-zon, -zuhn or, often, ley-; lee-ey-zuhn, -zon; French lye-zawn]
the contact or connection maintained by communications between units of the armed forces or of any other organization in order to ensure concerted action, cooperation, etc.
a person who initiates and maintains such a contact or connection.
an illicit sexual relationship.
Cookery. the process of thickening sauces, soups, etc., as by the addition of eggs, cream, butter, or flour.
Phonetics. a speech-sound redistribution, occurring especially in French, in which an otherwise silent final consonant is articulated as the initial sound of a following syllable that begins with a vowel or with a silent h, as the z- and n-sounds in Je suis un homme
Liaison means communication between two or more groups, or co-operation or
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noun li·ai·son \ˈlē-ə-ˌzän, lē-ˈā-, ÷ˈlā-ə-\. : a person who helps organizations
or groups to work together and provide information to each other. : a relationship
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Employ the French-sounding word liaison to refer to a relationship, a link
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Borrowing from French liaison (“binding”), from Latin ligātiō (stem ligation-) (
English ligation), derived from ligō (“I bind”), from Proto-Indo-European *leyǵ- (
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English dictionary definition of liaison. n. 1. a. An instance or a means of ...