a person who liaises between groups or units
NZ a university official who oversees the operation of the accrediting system in schools
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How to use liaison officer in a sentence
“We want to force the enemy to leave the countryside and return to protect the cities,” says the liaison officer.
The operation was jointly commanded by a CIA man and the British liaison officer Kim Philby.
Up to three or four days before his death, Hugh Dawnay had been my liaison officer with the 1st Corps.1914 | John French, Viscount of Ypres
I will send down a liaison officer with Goldy in one of the planes.Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol | Henry Harley Arnold
In a short time the liaison officer will be able to talk both.Bill Bruce on Forest Patrol | Henry Harley Arnold
At that, understanding came to the correspondent—he knew now why the thoughtful liaison officer had cautioned him to step lightly.The Glory of The Coming | Irvin S. Cobb
One motor-cyclist went out every day to Lieutenant Chapman, who was acting as liaison officer with the French.Adventures of a Despatch Rider | W. H. L. Watson