例句1. he communicated the bad news to his boss
例句2. parents and teachers should communicate on a daily basis
例句3. we have to learn how to communicate in an electronic environment
A specialized pattern of behavior used to communicate visually,such as the presentation of colors or plumage by male birds as part of courtship or intimidation.
(of a person)able to communicate by telepathy
“We think that the cryonics promotion is a way of making science interesting to everyone, not just scientists, which is exactly the same message we are trying to communicate about the magazine itself,” editor Alun Anderson said in a statement
TCP/IP: in full Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol; Standard Internet communications protocols that allow digital computers to communicate over long distances.
communicate with sth);be connected
Returning honey bees dance a figure of eight on the honeycomb to communicate a source of pollen to other members of the hive.
Pets may communicate some kinds of diseases.
They could of course, manage to communicate but just to communicate was frustrating
As we came to terms with Noah′s deafness and all that it meant, we learned to think of new ways to communicate our feelings to him
When a final decision is made, the customs administration shall communicate to the importer in writing its decision and the grounds therefore
With the help of email, people far apart can communicate with each other without any problems.
The store′s owner wants to selectively look at the inventory level for any product in short supply and, if appropriate, order replacement stock, so the system must be able to communicate with management
The “highway” is composed of a network, and computing resources, but more importantly, the “highway” defines a new environment for people, and organizations to interact and communicate with each other
The file replication service cannot communicate with the file replication service on the domain controller. The event log may have more information.
To communicate a disease to(a living organism)by transferring its causative agent into the organism.
“What the law everywhere does require is that the mark must be ”“distinctive”“ ; i. e., it allows the owner to communicate symbolically with the public in identifying his product and in assuring them that they are getting his product when the mark appears thereon.”
How can a computer communicate with others? Channels and networks make it realizable.
Of,relating to,or being speech used to share feelings or to establish a mood of sociability rather than to communicate information or ideas.
Communicate (with sb);exchange information,news,ideas,etc
Did she communicate my wishes to you?
Polling whereby the controller sends a message to each terminal to find out whether the terminal has anything to communicate
Today′s internet is a powerful way to communicate , including e-mail, instant messaging and chatroom services
The testis sacs communicate with the seminal vesicles
The police communicate (with each other)by radio.
Ralf Dahrendorf, a German economist and former head of the London School of Economics, said many British managers still show an unreadiness to communicate properly with workers and think managing means merely giving instructions
Bluetooth is a universal radio interface in the 2.45GHz frequency band that enables portable electronic devices to connect and communicate wirelessly via short-range, ad hoc networks
The old man thought himself bound to communicate it to the, king and queen
The two nations′ leaders were unable to communicate about(on)methods of limiting atomic explosions
1.(of two people) be able to share and understand each other's thoughts and feelings.
‘we don’t seem to be _communicating_ —we need a break from each other’
‘It is how you learn to _communicate_ , to understand each other.’
2.(of two rooms) have a common connecting door.
‘he went into the _communicating_ room to pick up the phone’
‘All rooms _communicate_ directly with this central space.’
3.Convey or transmit (an emotion or feeling) in a non-verbal way.
‘the ability of good teachers to _communicate_ their own enthusiasm’
‘his sudden fear _communicated_ itself’
4.Impart or pass on (information, news, or ideas)
‘he _communicated_ his findings to the inspector’
‘Then came radio and in no time at all it became ruler supreme because not only did it _communicate_ information but it also provided entertainment.’
5.Pass on (an infectious disease) to another person or animal.
‘the disease is _communicated_ from one person to another’
‘There had been ″no exports of live birds or breeder eggs which could have _communicated_ the virus to turkeys at the affected farm in East Anglia.″’
6.Receive Holy Communion.
‘orthodox policy is to _communicate_ in both kinds (i.e. both bread and wine)’
7.Share or exchange information, news, or ideas.
‘the prisoner was forbidden to _communicate_ with his family’
‘It said that the radio system is inadequate meaning ambulance crews can’t always _communicate_ with the control centre in an emergency.’
8.Succeed in conveying one's ideas or in evoking understanding in others.
‘a politician must have the ability to _communicate_ ’
‘The progress of different countries and communities, their businesses and institutions is built on the ability to _communicate_ effectively with one another and their wider audiences.’
9.Transmit (heat or motion)
‘the heat is _communicated_ through a small brass grating’
‘Each arises from three cells: one forming the bristle, one forming the socket out of which the bristle grows, and one forming the nerve cell that _communicates_ bristle motion to the central nervous system.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。