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liaison

US [liˈeɪz(ə)n]
UK [li'eɪz(ə)n]
  • n.联络;联系;联络员;联系人
  • Web联络单;连音;联络人
Plural Form:liaisons  
liaison
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n.
1.
[u][sing]
~ (between A and B)
联络;联系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.
我们的职责是确保学校与家长间的联系。
We work in close liaison with the police.
我们与警方密切配合。
2.
[c]
~ (to/with sb/sth)
联络员;联系人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
白宫与工人组织的联络人
3.
[c]
~ (with sb)
(尤指一方或双方已婚的)私通,通奸a secret sexual relationship, especially if one or both partners are married

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