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liaison
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
liaison /li:'eizʤ:ɳ/
  • danh từ
    • (quân sự) liên lạc
      • a liaison officer: sĩ quan liên lạc
    • quan hệ bất chính (nam nữ)
    • (ngôn ngữ học) sự nối vần
Concise Dictionary
liaisons'lɪəzɑn /lɪ'eɪzn
noun
+a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship
+a channel for communication between groups

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 connection, communication, contact, linkage, affiliation, relationship, relations:
Liaison between the ministries is improving.
2 contact, intermediary, link, tie, medium, go-between, agent:
She acts as liaison between the heads of research and manufacturing.
3 (love) affair, amour, relationship, affaire d'amour, affaire de coeur, intrigue, romance, entanglement, flirtation:
David's wife soon found out about his liaison with the girl in the typing pool.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U, sing.] ~ (between A and B) a relationship between two organizations or different departments in an organization, involving the exchange of information or ideas: Our role is to ensure liaison between schools and parents. + We work in close liaison with the police.
2 [C] ~ (to / with sb/sth) a person whose job is to make sure there is a good relationship between two groups or organizations: the White House liaison to organized labor
3 [C] ~ (with sb) a secret sexual relationship, especially if one or both partners are married
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 communication

ADJ.

close, effective, good | poor | community, customer | military

VERB + LIAISON

maintain
We maintained a close liaison with the trade union.
| establish
We are hoping to establish better customer liaison.
| improve

LIAISON + NOUN

committee, group, unit | officer | work

PREP.

in ~ with
It's important that we work in close liaison with other charities in this field.
| ~ between
good liaison between management and staff
| ~ with
She is responsible for liaison with researchers at other universities.

2 sexual relationship

ADJ.

romantic, sexual | adulterous

VERB + LIAISON

have
She was having a romantic liaison with her husband's best friend.
| form

PREP.

~ with



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