He was asked to communicate the news to the rest of the people.
She communicated her ideas to the group.
The two computers are able to communicate directly with one another.
The pilot communicated with the airport just before the crash.
The couple has trouble communicating.
the challenge of getting the two groups to communicate with each other
We communicate a lot of information through body language.
He communicated his dissatisfaction to the staff.
If you're excited about the product, your enthusiasm will communicate itself to customers.
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Recent Examples on the WebDifferent generations communicate differently, from baby boomers to Gen Z. Millennials might resonate with nostalgia, while Gen Z could be more drawn to social activism.—Christian Anderson (trust'n), Rolling Stone, 14 Nov. 2023 The hiker was able to communicate with search and rescue workers by cell phone, but could not provide much information about their location, and GPS information could not be obtained.—Kerry Breen, CBS News, 14 Nov. 2023 The senior Administration official said that the balloon drama underscored Washington’s challenges in communicating with Beijing.—Robin Wright, The New Yorker, 14 Nov. 2023 The schools would need to have a system in place for emergencies and for parents and children to communicate with each other.—The Editors, National Review, 13 Nov. 2023 Video game aficionados gravitate to Discord, a live-streaming app with voice and video chat functions, to communicate with one another in real time while playing multiplayer games.—Salvador Rizzo, Washington Post, 11 Nov. 2023 The new system allowed a local election official to, for example, communicate to Facebook that a local group was directing people to the wrong polling site, in violation of the company’s policies.—Kevin Collier, NBC News, 10 Nov. 2023 With no screen, the poor AI Pin can only communicate to the outside world via a cryptic light show.—Ron Amadeo, Ars Technica, 10 Nov. 2023 The program hosts several training sessions for volunteers and potential candidates on several topics including recruiting volunteers, communicating with voters, and discussing gun violence during their campaign.
MORE: America has a gun violence problem.—Sarah Baniak, ABC News, 9 Nov. 2023 See More
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Latin communicatus, past participle of communicare to impart, participate, from communis common — more at mean