liaise


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li·aise

 (lē-āz′)
intr.v. li·aised, li·ais·ing, li·ais·es
1. To effect or establish a liaison.
2. To act or serve as a liaison officer.

[Back-formation from liaison.]

liaise

(lɪˈeɪz)
vb
(usually foll by: with) to communicate and maintain contact (with)
[C20: back formation from liaison]

li•aise

(liˈeɪz)

v.i. -aised, -ais•ing.
to form a liaison.
[1925–30; back formation from liaison]

liaise


Past participle: liaised
Gerund: liaising

Imperative
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Present
I liaise
you liaise
he/she/it liaises
we liaise
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Preterite
I liaised
you liaised
he/she/it liaised
we liaised
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Present Continuous
I am liaising
you are liaising
he/she/it is liaising
we are liaising
you are liaising
they are liaising
Present Perfect
I have liaised
you have liaised
he/she/it has liaised
we have liaised
you have liaised
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Past Continuous
I was liaising
you were liaising
he/she/it was liaising
we were liaising
you were liaising
they were liaising
Past Perfect
I had liaised
you had liaised
he/she/it had liaised
we had liaised
you had liaised
they had liaised
Future
I will liaise
you will liaise
he/she/it will liaise
we will liaise
you will liaise
they will liaise
Future Perfect
I will have liaised
you will have liaised
he/she/it will have liaised
we will have liaised
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Future Continuous
I will be liaising
you will be liaising
he/she/it will be liaising
we will be liaising
you will be liaising
they will be liaising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been liaising
you have been liaising
he/she/it has been liaising
we have been liaising
you have been liaising
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been liaising
you will have been liaising
he/she/it will have been liaising
we will have been liaising
you will have been liaising
they will have been liaising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been liaising
you had been liaising
he/she/it had been liaising
we had been liaising
you had been liaising
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Conditional
I would liaise
you would liaise
he/she/it would liaise
we would liaise
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Past Conditional
I would have liaised
you would have liaised
he/she/it would have liaised
we would have liaised
you would have liaised
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.liaise - act between parties with a view to reconciling differencesliaise - act between parties with a view to reconciling differences; "He interceded in the family dispute"; "He mediated a settlement"
negotiate, talk terms, negociate - discuss the terms of an arrangement; "They negotiated the sale of the house"

liaise

verb communicate, link up, connect, intermediate, mediate, interchange, hook up, keep contact Social services and health workers liaise closely.
Translations
يَعْمَلُ عَلاقَه
mít spojení
kommunikere
mynda samband
nadviazať/udržiavať spojenie
bağlantı/irtibat kurmak

liaise

[lɪˈeɪz] VI to liaise with (Brit) → trabajar en colaboración con
police liaised with the customs authorities to make the arrestla policía trabajó en colaboración con las autoridades aduaneras para efectuar la detención
the agency will liaise between youth groups and the governmentla agencia servirá de puente or enlace entre los grupos juveniles y el gobierno

liaise

[liˈeɪz] viêtre en liaison
to liaise closely → être en étroite liaison
Social services and health workers liaise closely → Les services sociaux et les travailleurs de la santé sont en étroite liaison.
to liaise with → être en liaison avec
to liaise with each other → être en liaison
The three groups will liaise with each other to help the child → Les trois groupes seront en liaison afin d'aider l'enfant.

liaise

vi (= be the contact person)als Verbindungsperson fungieren; (= get in contact)sich in Verbindung setzen (with mit); (= be in contact)in Verbindung stehen (with mit); social services and health workers liaise closelydas Sozialamt und der Gesundheitsdienst arbeiten eng zusammen

liaise

[liːˈeɪz] vi to liaise (with)mantenere i contatti (con)

liaison

(liːˈeizon) , ((American) ˈli:eizon) noun
a contact or communication. liaison between parents and teachers; (also adjective) a liason officer.
liaise (liːˈeiz) verb
to communicate or make contact (with) especially as an official duty.
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