liaison

  1. a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship
  2. a channel for communication between groups

liaison

[n] - a channel for communication between groups
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Liaison

Term used to describe any combination of ingredients which is used for thickening or binding. The ingredients of a liaison are usually flour, cornflour, arrowroot, rice or potato flour, or egg yolk.
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Liaison

Foreign intelligence services with which SIS cooperates. It is SIS policy not to comment on its relationships with liaison services.
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Liaison

Li`ai`son' (le`a`zôN') noun [ French, from Latin ligatio , from ligare to bind. See Ligature , and confer Ligation .] A union, or bond of union; an intimacy; especially, an illicit intimacy between a man and a woman.
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liaison

link noun a channel for communication between groups; `he provided a liaison with the guerrillas`
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Liaison

• (n.) A union, or bond of union; an intimacy; especially, an illicit intimacy between a man and a woman.
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liaison

liaison 1. The exchange of information or the planning of joint efforts by two or more people or groups; often of military personnel. 2. Someone who coordinates communication between two or more people or groups. 3. A romantic and sexual relationship between people who are not married to each other; especially, when secret. 4. Etymology: from Fr...
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Liaison

Ingredients used for thickening sauces, soups or other liquids.
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Liaison

[French] Liaison is the pronunciation of a latent word-final consonant immediately before a following vowel sound. Technically, it is a type of external sandhi, which is disrupted in pausa. In French, most written word-final consonants are no longer pronounced and are known as latent or mute. For example, the letter s in the word les, `the`...
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Liaison

A mixture of cream and egg yolks, used to thicken and enrich sauces.
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Liaison

( Close connection or bond ) The process of thickening a sauce, soup, or stew. This includes all roux's, starch and water mixtures slurries), beurre maniere
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Liaison

The designation of a person within an organization who has responsibility for facilitating communica
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liaison

a means of communication between groups
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