liaise

[lee-eyz]
verb (used without object), liaised, liaising.
to form a liaison.

Origin:
1925–30; back formation from liaison

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

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liaise
1928, back formation from liaison (q.v.). Said to be a coinage of British military men in World War I. Related: Liaised; liaising.
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Example sentences
My job, as medical rescue coordinator, is to liaise with and supervise these teams.
They design and implement and manage and coordinate and facilitate and liaise.
They investigate gang motivated and gang related crimes and liaise with other police agencies to track gang offenders' activities.
Liaise and communicate with all members of the skin cancer site-specific network group.
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