Definition of Liaison:

  1. Communication or cooperation which facilitates a close working relationship between people or organizations.

  2. Substance used to thicken another substance. Paula added a liaison element to her gravy in order to make it thicker..

  3. Individual responsible for relaying all communications between groups. Charlie is the liaison for the accounts payable and sales departments..

  4. The binding or thickening agent of a sauce, often based on egg yolks.

  5. (in French and other languages) the sounding of a consonant that is normally silent at the end of a word, because the next word begins with a vowel.

  6. A link of communication between two entities usually in a corporate setting.

Synonyms of Liaison

Accord, Addition, Adjunct, Adulterous affair, Adultery, Affair, Affairs, Affiliation, Affinity, Agent, Agglomeration, Agglutination, Aggregation, Alliance, Amor, Amour, Approximation, Articulation, Assemblage, Association, Bond, Bracketing, Broker, Closeness, Clustering, Combination, Communication, Concatenation, Concourse, Concurrence, Confluence, Congeries, Conglomeration, Conjugation, Conjunction, Connectedness, Connection, Contact, Contiguity, Contrariety, Convergence, Copulation, Coupling, Cuckoldry, Dealings, Deduction, Disjunction, Distributor, Entanglement, Eternal triangle, Filiation, Flirtation, Forbidden love, Gathering, Go-between, Hanky-panky, Homology, Hookup, Illicit love, Infidelity, Intercommunication, Intercourse, Interlinking, Intermediary, Intermedium, Intimacy, Intrigue, Jobber, Joinder, Joining, Jointure, Junction, Knotting, Link, Linkage, Linking, Love affair, Marriage, Mediary, Mediator, Medium, Meeting, Merger, Merging, Middleman, Mutual attraction, Nearness, Pairing, Propinquity, Proximity, Rapport, Relatedness, Relation, Relations, Relationship, Romance, Romantic tie, Similarity, Splice, Symbiosis, Sympathy, Tie, Tie-in, Tie-up, Triangle, Unfaithfulness, Unification, Union, Wholesaler, Yoking, Cooperation, Contact, Association, Connection, Collaboration

How to use Liaison in a sentence?

  1. The consultant suggested that an employee liaison be added to improve communication between upper management and the workers about the safety concerns at the plant.
  2. Joe was assigned to be the liaison between the finance and public relations departments at his work to ensure that the public relations department did not go over its budget again.
  3. Jack is good at understanding both the business and the technology involved and acts as a liaison between the business and IT on many projects.
  4. The head porter works in close liaison with the reception office.

Meaning of Liaison & Liaison Definition