1 make known, impart, confer, transmit, transfer, hand on or down, share, pass on or along, send on, spread; tell, divulge, disclose, reveal, announce, transmit, promulgate, proffer, tender, offer, convey, deliver, present, give, yield, supply:
Moral qualities are sometimes thought to be communicated by descent. I communicated to them the information that I had about the missiles.
2 Also, communicate with. be in communication (with), converse (with), talk (with), chat (with); correspond (with); associate (with), be in contact or touch (with), reach:
Donald and I haven't communicated in years. Instead of communicating with him by telephone, she did so via personal notices in the newspaper.
3 get or put across, make understandable; get through to, reach, be of one mind, be in tune, relate, be in or en rapport, make oneself understood, Slang be or vibrate on the same frequency or wavelength:
He has difficulty in communicating his ideas to his students. We might talk, but are we communicating?
clearly, effectively, successfully, well | directly | easily | verbally
By the age of two most children have begun to communicate verbally.
We usually communicate by letter.
We communicated through an interpreter.
She is unable to communicate her ideas to other people.
couples who communicate well with one another
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