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communication

noun [C/U]  us   /kəˌmju·nɪˈkeɪ·ʃən/
the process by which messages or information is sent from one place or person to another, or the message itself: [U] E-mail is an increasingly important means of business communication. Communication is also the exchange of information and the expression of feeling that can result in understanding: [U] There was very little communication between the two brothers.
Translations of “communication”
in Korean 의사소통, 대화…
in Arabic اتِّصال…
in Portuguese comunicação…
in Catalan comunicació…
in Japanese コミュニケーション…
in Italian comunicazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 交流, 溝通, 交際…
in Russian общение, связь, сообщение…
in Turkish iletişim, haberleşme, bildirişim…
in Chinese (Simplified) 交流, 沟通, 交际…
in Polish porozumienie, komunikacja, wiadomość…
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