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Liasion vs. Liaison

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Which is correct: Liasion or Liaison

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Liasion

Misspelling of liaison.

Liaisonnoun

Communication between two parties or groups.

Liaisonnoun

Co-operation, working together.

Liaisonnoun

A relayer of information between two forces in an army or during war.

Liaisonnoun

A tryst, romantic meeting.

Liaisonnoun

(figuratively) An illicit sexual relationship or affair.

Liaisonnoun

(linguistics) The phonological fusion of two consecutive words and the manner in which this occurs, for example intrusion, consonant-vowel linking, etc. In the context of some languages, such as French, liaison can refer specifically to a normally silent final consonant, being pronounced when the next word begins with a vowel, and can often also include the intrusion of a "t" in certain fixed chunks of language such as the question form "pense-t-il".

Liaisonverb

(proscribed) To liaise.

Liaisonnoun

A union, or bond of union; an intimacy; an interrelationship.

Liaisonnoun

An illicit sexual relation between a man and a woman; a sexual afffair.

Liaisonnoun

A process of communication between parts of an organization or between two organizations acting together for a common purpose.

Liaisonnoun

A person whose function it is to maintain such communication.

Liaisonnoun

A pronunciation of a consonant sound that would be otherwise silent, such as the final consonant of certain French words, when the following word begins with a vowel sound.

Liaisonnoun

a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship

Liaisonnoun

a channel for communication between groups;

‘he provided a liaison with the guerrillas’;

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