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How do whales communicate?
The information was communicated to officials in July 1981.
They communicate with each other via email.
Can you somehow communicate to him that we’re just not interested?
She has an amazing ability to communicate enthusiasm.
He could communicate a feeling of intense excitement to his audiences.
She says that they no longer seem to communicate.
The two rooms communicate via a hidden doorway.
He saw the handle of the communicating door start to turn.
This is the British English definition of communicate. View American English definition of communicate.
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