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gushy characterized by or inclined toward excessive emotional or sentimental display in communication or behavior.
Hausa the Afroasiatic language spoken by the Hausas and used as a means of inter-ethnic communication in areas east and west of Nigeria and Niger. [1/2 definitions]
hot line a direct communication system set up for use in times of emergency or crisis, esp. between heads of government. [1/2 definitions]
inflection in grammar, the alteration in the form of words that allows the communication of information such as the gender, number, or case of a noun; the tense of a verb; or the degree of an adjective or adverb. [1/5 definitions]
information knowledge or facts obtained or obtainable through communication with others in connection with a specific situation or event. [1/4 definitions]
instant messaging a form of electronic communication over a computer network in which two people converse in a similar manner to speaking by exchanging text messages which appear immediately on each others' screens upon typing.
interactive allowing two-way communication between a computer and the person operating it. [1/2 definitions]
intercom a device or system that allows communication from room to room; intercommunications system.
intercourse communication or dealings between people or groups of people. [1/2 definitions]
interface clear or useful communication or interaction. [1/7 definitions]
Interlingua an artificial language developed for international communication, esp. among scientists.
iron curtain (sometimes cap.) the barrier to free communication and exchange of information which was attributed by Western nations to the secrecy and censorship of the Soviet Union after World War II.
kinesics (used with a sing. verb) the study of body movements and gestures as a means of communication.
koine a language or dialect used for communication among speakers of different languages, which becomes the standard language of an area. [1/2 definitions]
language a nonverbal means of communication such as gesture or mathematical symbols; any means of communication. [1/5 definitions]
liaison a communication link between groups or between parts of an organization, or a person or group that performs this function. [2/3 definitions]
lightwave of or pertaining to fiber-optic communication equipment.
lingua franca any hybrid language used as a medium of communication between people who speak different languages. [1/2 definitions]
listen in to hear a communication not necessarily intended for one's hearing; overhear.
manual alphabet a set of hand signals representing the letters of the alphabet, used as a means of communication by and with deaf-mutes.
mass media those means or instruments of communication that reach large numbers of people, such as newspapers, magazines, television, and radio.