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communication  

1    connection, contact, conversation, correspondence, dissemination, intercourse, link, transmission  
2    announcement, disclosure, dispatch, information, intelligence, message, news, report, statement, word  
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communicate  

  ( communicates    3rd person present)   ( communicating    present participle)   ( communicated    past tense & past participle  )
1       v-recip   If you communicatewith someone, you share or exchange information with them, for example by speaking, writing, or using equipment. You can also say that two people communicate.  
My natural mother has never communicated with me...      V with n  
Officials of the CIA depend heavily on electronic mail to communicate with each other...      pl-n V with pron-recip  
They communicated in sign language.      pl-n V  
  communication      n-uncount   oft N with/between n  
Lithuania hasn't had any direct communication with Moscow., ...use of the radio telephone for communication between controllers and pilots...     
2       verb   If you communicate information, a feeling, or an idea to someone, you let them know about it.  
They successfully communicate their knowledge to others...      V n to n  
People must communicate their feelings.      V n  
3       v-recip   If one person communicateswith another, they successfully make each other aware of their feelings and ideas. You can also say that two people communicate.  
He was never good at communicating with the players...      V with n  
Family therapy showed us how to communicate with each other.      pl-n V with pron-recip  
...considerate individuals who can communicate and work in a team.      pl-n V  
  communication      n-uncount   oft N with/between n  
There was a tremendous lack of communication between us..., ...communication skills.     
  communicator     ( communicators    plural)    n-count  
She's a good communicator.     

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communicate     ( communicates    3rd person present)   ( communicating    present participle)   ( communicated    past tense & past participle  )
1       v-recip   If you communicatewith someone, you share or exchange information with them, for example by speaking, writing, or using equipment. You can also say that two people communicate.  
My natural mother has never communicated with me...      V with n  
Officials of the CIA depend heavily on electronic mail to communicate with each other...      pl-n V with pron-recip  
They communicated in sign language.      pl-n V  
   communication             n-uncount   oft N with/between n  
Lithuania hasn't had any direct communication with Moscow., ...use of the radio telephone for communication between controllers and pilots...     
2       verb   If you communicate information, a feeling, or an idea to someone, you let them know about it.  
They successfully communicate their knowledge to others...      V n to n  
People must communicate their feelings.      V n  
3       v-recip   If one person communicateswith another, they successfully make each other aware of their feelings and ideas. You can also say that two people communicate.  
He was never good at communicating with the players...      V with n  
Family therapy showed us how to communicate with each other.      pl-n V with pron-recip  
...considerate individuals who can communicate and work in a team.      pl-n V  
  communication      n-uncount   oft N with/between n  
There was a tremendous lack of communication between us..., ...communication skills.     
  communicator     ( communicators    plural)    n-count  
She's a good communicator.     


communication     ( communications    plural  )
1       n-plural   Communications are the systems and processes that are used to communicate or broadcast information, especially by means of electricity or radio waves.  
oft N n  
...a communications satellite., ...communications equipment.     
2       n-count   A communication is a message.  
FORMAL   The ambassador has brought with him a communication from the President.     
3   
    communicate  

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n.
cyber protest is expression of complaint through the medium of electronic communication on the electronic and digital Medias.
[Tech.];[Leg.]
exp.
(in an organization) set up a more informal structure/workflow/environment; give up on communication protocols between departments
[Bus.]

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