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Translation of "communicate" - English-Spanish dictionary

communicate

verb   /kəˈmjuː·nɪ·keɪt/ ( present participle communicating, past tense and past participle communicated)
B1 to talk or write to someone in order to share information with them comunicarse I usually communicate with him by email.
(Definition of communicate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

communicate

verb /kəˈmjuːnikeit/
to tell (information etc) comunicar She communicated the facts to him.
to get in touch (with) comunicarse The Internet has made it much easier to communicate with people abroad.
communication noun
(an act, or means, of) conveying information comunicación Communication is difficult in some remote parts of the country.
(formal ) a piece of information given, a letter etc comunicado I received your communication in this morning’s post.
communications noun plural
means of sending messages or of transporting (eg troops and supplies). comunicaciones
communicative /-tiv/ adjective
(opposite uncommunicative) talkative; sociable comunicativo She’s not very communicative this morning.
communication cord noun
(British ) a chain etc in a railway carriage, to be pulled in an emergency. timbre de alarma
communications satellite noun
satélite de comunicación a telephone call transmitted by a communications satellite.
(Definition of communicate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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