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Translation of "communication" - English-Turkish dictionary

communication

noun     /kəˌmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃən/
COMMUNICATING [U]
B1 the act of communicating with other people iletişim, haberleşme, bildirişim The school is improving communication between teachers and parents. We are in direct communication with Moscow.Communicating and keeping in touch
MESSAGE [C] formal
a message sent to someone by letter, email, telephone, etc haber, ileti, mesaj, açıklama, bildiri The postal systemInformation and messages
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 Chinese (Simplified) 交流, 沟通, 交际…
in Polish porozumienie, komunikacja, wiadomość…
(Definition of communication from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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