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to liaise (with someone) (UK): to work, deal, or negotiate with (someone) (UK)
The verb to liaise is a formal term commonly used in British English. Expressions with a similar meaning: 'to deal with or work with (someone)', 'to be in touch or in contact with (someone)'.
UK: I had to liaise with clowns and tigers during my time at the circus.
US: I'm the special liaison to the embassy of the Congo.
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- "You can liaise with Brian regarding my availability."
- "Your role involves supervising all retail sales, and liaising with the rest of the sales department."
- "Icarus : Liaise?"
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