How to Pronounce liaised?

Correct pronunciation for the word "liaised" is [lˈɪe͡ɪzd], [lˈɪe‍ɪzd], [l_ˈɪ__eɪ_z_d].

"Liaised" in context

Liaised is a verb that is used when two or more parties have communicated with each other in order to formalize an agreement or understanding. Typically, it is used when there is a mutual level of trust, such as in business partnerships or other cooperative relationships. It can also be used to describe people and organizations who have collaborated in the past, or are engaging in an ongoing working relationship.

The verb is often used to indicate a formal agreement or working relationship between two or more entities. For example, an executive may say that they "liaised with" their counterpart at another company in order to formalize a strategic partnership.

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