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liaison (s) (noun), liaisons (pl)
1. The exchange of information or the planning of joint efforts by two or more people or groups; often of military personnel.
2. Someone who coordinates communication between individuals or groups.
3. Etymology: from French liaison, "a union, a binding together"; from Late Latin ligationem, ligatio, "a binding"; from Latin ligatus and ligare, "to bind".
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liaison (s) (noun), liaisons (pl)
1. The link for communication between two or more groups, often a designated individual: Marshall's appointment as the liaison among the branches of the military was applauded and respected.
2. A romantic, often illicit, relationship between individuals: At the convention, two representatives from different photography companies had a short and intense liaison.
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