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Synonyms for communicate

to give expression to, as by gestures, facial aspects, or bodily posture

to cause (a disease) to pass to another or others

to interact with another or others in a meaningful fashion

Synonyms for communicate

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Of readers who, from such conceits as these, condemn the wisdom or penetration of Mr Allworthy, I shall not scruple to say, that they make a very bad and ungrateful use of that knowledge which we have communicated to them.
On receiving this intelligence, Sergeant Cuff caused the authorities at Bombay to be communicated with, overland--so that the vessel might be boarded by the police immediately on her entering the port.
On Lady Glyde's departure from her husband's house, the fact of that departure, and the necessary statement of the circumstances under which it had taken place, were communicated to Miss Halcombe by the housekeeper.
Michelson, by the doctor's advice, and in the doctor's presence, communicated the news, either on the day when the letter was received, or on the day after.
They had communicated by writing, and through this medium Count Fosco had made Mr.
The supposed inquiries about Hampshire, when communicated to the owner of the Asylum, would lead him to imagine that his patient had returned to Blackwater Park, under the influence of the delusion which made her persist in asserting herself to be Lady Glyde, and the first pursuit would, in all probability, be turned in that direction.
That this Association has heard read, with feelings of unmingled satisfaction, and unqualified approval, the paper communicated by Samuel Pickwick, Esq.
com), the leading provider of Internet-based shareholder communications services, today announced the results of a survey conducted to determine how its corporate clients communicated their compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to investors.
This is the implementation process in which the corporate vision and strategic directives are communicated throughout the organization.
The law is clear: if a school district permits employees to communicate a wide variety of both work related and private messages, it cannot prohibit a message from being communicated because its content is religious in nature.
Healthcare Scheme: The Healthcare Scheme subject provides information that can be communicated to employees about how the offered healthcare scheme works and the benefits of private medical cover.
And, that deal must be clearly communicated through what is both said and done in order to be credible.
A sophisticated messaging and rules engine allows information to be communicated immediately to staff via instant messages sent to cell phones, PDAs and e-mail.
For instance, the corporate culture cannot be effectively communicated via this technology-- it takes a more dynamic channel.
The very first step to solving these problems is understanding where your employees are spending their time, and then addressing these issues with clearly communicated, automated Internet policy education.