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Multiple Meanings
liaison

She acts as the Army’s liaison on Capitol Hill.
a person with the role of increasing communication and cooperation between two organizations; or an instance or other means of such communication

Much more rarely (and found in classic literature such as the play Dangerous Liaisons), liaison can refer to a sexual meeting or affair — especially one kept secret. Even more rarely, liaison can reference something used to thicken a sauce while cooking.
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