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address to communicate with; speak to. [1/9 definitions]
body language the shifts of posture, gestures, and facial expressions that communicate nonverbally, sometimes supplementing and sometimes diverging from or contradicting verbal communication.
bow1 to communicate by bowing. [1/8 definitions]
communicative disposed or tending to communicate readily and well.
convey to communicate (meaning or feeling); express. [1/4 definitions]
correspond to communicate by writing letters, esp. over a period of time. [1/3 definitions]
discourse to communicate verbally; converse. [1/4 definitions]
e-mail to communicate with or send to by e-mail. [1/4 definitions]
emphasis special importance that one attaches to something or wishes to communicate to others. [1/4 definitions]
expression the use of tone of voice, gestures, attitude of the body, or facial demeanor to communicate feeling. [1/5 definitions]
gesticulate to communicate or say by gesticulating. [1/2 definitions]
hiss to communicate (a negative feeling), or express disapproval of, by making a prolonged sound like an "s." [1/4 definitions]
inform to communicate knowledge to; tell. [1/4 definitions]
intercommunicate to communicate or speak with one another. [1/3 definitions]
interface in computer science, the equipment or programs used to communicate between different systems or programs. [2/7 definitions]
language the organized system of written symbols and vocal sounds with which humans communicate thoughts, ideas, or emotions. [3/5 definitions]
motion an expressive movement of the body, often to communicate meaning; gesture. [1/7 definitions]
overcommunicate combined form of communicate.
phone1 to communicate (information) by use of a telephone (often fol. by in). [1/4 definitions]
pidgin a simplified language based on a combination of two languages, used by those who need to communicate but who do not speak each other's language.
reach to communicate with. [1/13 definitions]