One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the Bank of England works in very close liaison with the Treasury’
cooperation, contact, association, connection, collaboration
communication, interchange, affiliation, alliance, partnership, link, linkage, tie-up, hook-up
2‘Dave was my White House liaison and all-round troubleshooter’
intermediary, mediator, middleman, contact, contact man, contact person, contact woman, link, linkman, linkwoman, linkperson, go-between, representative, agent, interceder, factor
3‘she abandoned her loyalty to her absent husband in favour of a liaison with William’
love affair, affair, relationship, romance, attachment, fling, intrigue, amour, affair of the heart, involvement, amorous entanglement, romantic entanglement, entanglement
British informal bit on the side, carry-on
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