Vocabulary: liaise – what you do when you have a liaison

Title: Mr. Toppit
Author: Charles Elton
Sentence: When we went to the table he put himself at the head and opened the wine while Jerrilee liaised with Consuela and Lupe over serving the food.
Page: 272

Word: liaise
  • To effect or establish a liaison.
  • To act or serve as a liaison officer.
   Source: The Free Dictionary

Apparently I have liaised without knowing it.

2 Responses to “Vocabulary: liaise – what you do when you have a liaison”

  1. Marie says:

    I admit I have never seen that used as a verb… interesting.. :)

  2. GaryPaulson says:

    I wonder if it is ‘English’ or just because he happens to be a literary agent or happens to have a thesaurus.

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