communicate  

  • Pronunciation of communicate: K AH0 M Y UW1 N AH0 K EY0 T (kə'mjunə,keɪt)

  • Number of syllables of communicate: 4

  • Pronunciation Video of communicate

  • Definition of communicate

    • (v): transmit thoughts or feelings; "He communicated his anxieties to the psychiatrist"  
    • (v): transmit information ; "Please communicate this message to all employees"  
    • (v): receive Communion, in the Catholic church  
    • (v): administer communion; in church  
    • (v): be in verbal contact; interchange information or ideas; "He and his sons haven''t communicated for years"; "Do you communicate well with your advisor?"  
    • (v): join or connect; "The rooms communicated"  
    • (v): transfer to another; "communicate a disease"  
  • Examples of communicate

    • The message is cryptic, perhaps trying subconsciously to communicate something.  
    • The user has a general unwillingness to communicate.  
    • The word does communicate that the person died prematurely.  
    • The rock haunting ringtail possum mostly uses scent to communicate.  
    • That mutuality establishes a permission to communicate.  
    • She does not communicate well and is seen as inarticulate.  
    • It's how we communicate and interact as a community.  
    • Blinking and the gaze of the eye are used to communicate.  
    • Leave a message if you want to communicate.  
    • These two subsystems communicate with each other via a network.  

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