English words and Examples of Usage

use "communicate" in a sentence

He did not know how to sign, lip-read or communicate by any means.

They certainly could communicate vocally, Quam said in a statement.

Sabrina relies on her family and an app on her tablet to communicate.

Claudia Engelsman told KATU in March that her son “cannot communicate.

Do you self-soothe, communicate productively, and bask in good feelings?

They learn how to communicate with each other to compete," Stewart said.

Quite the contrary, we want to communicate with Russia and Russian leaders.

The latest Apple Watch software provides more creative ways to communicate.

That doesn't mean that they don't contact colleagues and don't communicate.

Most people just aren't interesting in the way they communicate, Levy says.

The only way they can realize this is if they communicate with one another.

It feels like you have this secret that you can't communicate, he told CNN.

Only 18 of all devices cannot communicate with the Internet and each other.

Armed with the internet, he can research and communicate with other lawyers.

The vast Gothic campuses of Princeton and Yale communicate a different idea.

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