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liaise

verb To interact or interface with another party; back-formation from liaison.
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"We liaised with our pest control contractor to attend and treat the problem and we carried out works to help prevent further intrusion.
She liaised with Derek Brockway and Sian Lloyd of BBC Wales, who did the "switching-on" ceremony; she arranged the carol singing, which was originally to be undertaken by the Church in Wales Primary School, Llandaff; she liaised with Llandaff traders; she found the necessary tree specialist and electrician to install the trees; she arranged with Kim and Kevin, K2, to supply mince pies and mulled wine.
Ajai Jain, who has also liaised with St Helens council and with the estate's developers, said: "Our next plan is to begin additional security planting around the units to give them extra protection."
Police have liaised with the town hall committee and there will be no further discos at the venue.
'I haven't liaised with Mr Mills because I can't see there is anything to liaise with him about, having read his comments on Tuesday.'