Associations to the word «Communication»

Wiktionary

COMMUNICATION, noun. The act or fact of communicating anything; transmission.
COMMUNICATION, noun. (uncountable) The concept or state of exchanging data or information between entities.
COMMUNICATION, noun. A message; the essential data transferred in an act of communication.
COMMUNICATION, noun. The body of all data transferred to one or both parties during an act of communication.
COMMUNICATION, noun. An instance of information transfer; a conversation or discourse.
COMMUNICATION, noun. A passageway or opening between two locations; connection.
COMMUNICATION, noun. (anatomy) A connection between two tissues, organs, or cavities.
COMMUNICATION, noun. (obsolete) Association; company.
COMMUNICATION, noun. Participation in Holy Communion.
COMMUNICATION, noun. (rhetoric) A trope by which a speaker assumes that his hearer is a partner in his sentiments, and says "we" instead of "I" or "you".
COMMUNICATION ACCOMMODATION THEORY, noun. A theory of communication arguing that people adjust their speech and gestures to accommodate to others with whom they are interacting.
COMMUNICATION MIX, noun. The range of approaches and expressions of a marketing idea developed with the hope that it be effective in conveying the ideas to the diverse population of people who receive it.
COMMUNICATION STUDIES, noun. An academic field that deals with processes of communication, commonly defined as the sharing of symbols over distances in space and time.

Dictionary definition

COMMUNICATION, noun. The activity of communicating; the activity of conveying information; "they could not act without official communication from Moscow".
COMMUNICATION, noun. Something that is communicated by or to or between people or groups.
COMMUNICATION, noun. A connection allowing access between persons or places; "how many lines of communication can there be among four people?"; "a secret passageway provided communication between the two rooms".

Wise words

The chief virtue that language can have is clearness, and nothing detracts from it so much as the use of unfamiliar words.
Hippocrates