communicate

(redirected from communicative)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal.

communicate

verb To convey or connect one region of the body with another, as occurs between a bronchogenic cyst and larger airways.
References in classic literature ?
Mr Vincent Crummles gave a short dry cough, as much as to say, 'If you won't be communicative, you won't;' and took so many pinches of snuff from the piece of paper, one after another, that Nicholas quite wondered where it all went to.
They met and remained in contact more familiar than a hand-clasp, more communicative, more expressive.
The results from Dabaghian [9] indicated coach's communicative skills were subset of emotional and humanity skills and he believed that effective communication was more helpful than know a technique for coaches.
19 ( ANI ): Commenting on the statement released by the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), which maintained that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has so far delivered around 1200 speeches and has been very communicative, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and the party's Lok Sabha candidate for Amritsar, Arun Jaitley, said on Saturday that delivering innumerable speeches does not make a prime minister communicative.
Dialogue and Dementia: Cognitive and Communicative Resources for Engagement
Second, the relationship between communicative content and legal content varies with context; different kinds of legal texts produce different relationships between linguistic meaning and legal rules.
Destabilizing the status of culture in intercultural new media research leads us to two core concerns in communication scholarship: the role of power relations in structuring communicative practices and the construction of identity through communicative exchanges.
SOHAR: Karuna Sohar conducted a seminar on Communicative English and Career Planning recently as part of their initiative towards educative improvement for the students of grades X, XI and XII of Indian School Sohar.
To identify this story, Currie claims, we must pragmatically infer its creator's communicative intentions from its linguistic meaning and the context of its creation.
Politeness as a communicative principle is a complex socio-cultural phenomenon, an element of communicative consciousness of society members.
Fresno) introduces the rapidly growing science of communication and profession of communicative disorders.
The emergence of communicative language teaching as the dominant paradigm in foreign language pedagogy cast 'communication' in a central role in language acquisition, both as an aim and as a medium of instruction.

Medical browser ?
Full browser ?