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, pl.


(kŏ-myū'ni-kans, kŏ-mū-ni-kan'tēz),
Communicating; connecting or joining.
[L. pres. p. of communico, pp. -atus, to share with someone, make common]


/com·mu·ni·cans/ (-kans) [L.] communicating.


(kŏ-mū′nĕ-kănz) [L. communicare, to connect with]
One of several communicating nerves or arteries.
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