liaison officer


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liaison officer

n
1. a person who liaises between groups or units
2. NZ a university official who oversees the operation of the accrediting system in schools
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Translations

liaison officer

nVerbindungsmann m/-frau f; (Mil) → Verbindungsoffizier m; the firm’s liaison officerder/die Firmensprecher(in)
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liaison officer

nufficiale m di collegamento
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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