communicate

All Verb Noun
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  • They allow people who have no common language to communicate with each other.
  • It is used throughout development to communicate what the software does or shall do.
  • It is therefore natural for team members to communicate during game play.
  • While he spoke only little, he could get his will communicated to the surrounding people.
  • The two communicated only through a third party for the rest of the film.
  • He said that he used special powers to allow it to communicate.
  • Users can communicate as if they are speaking to one another in real life.
  • The distance they could advance was still limited by their ability to supply and communicate.
  • He plans to continue to communicate directly with the community about the game's history.
  • As a result, the means of communicating with her father became all the more special.
  • That is to say, police units could not communicate with fire units directly by radio.
  • She described seeing the people in a nearby boat but not being able to communicate with them.
  • This is in large part due to his resistance to communicating his works.
  • Though not yet able to speak, he was communicating with his eyes.
  • Film is so close to the way the mind works - the way the mind communicates with itself.
  • He would actually take the time to communicate with student leaders.
  • A woman who communicates effectively and uses her influence to bring about social change.
  • Both bands had communicated with each other over the years, as they continue to do so.
  • He communicated with others by moving his eyes, using a signal system.
  • Although very learned he had a reputation for sometimes having difficulty in communicating his knowledge.
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Words starting with communicate

Meaning of communicate

  • verb Transmit information
    Please communicate this message to all employees, pass along the good news
  • verb Transmit thoughts or feelings
    He communicated his anxieties to the psychiatrist
  • verb Join or connect
    The rooms communicated
  • verb Be in verbal contact; interchange information or ideas
    He and his sons haven't communicated for years, Do you communicate well with your advisor?
  • verb Administer communion; in church