[kuh-myoo-ni-key-tiv, -kuh-tiv] /kəˈmyu nɪˌkeɪ tɪv, -kə tɪv/
inclined to or impart; talkative:
He isn’t feeling very communicative today.
of or relating to .
inclined or able to communicate readily; talkative
of or relating to communication
late 14c., “that communicates,” from French communicatif, from Latin communicat-, past participle stem of communicare “impart, inform” (see communication). Meaning “talkative” is recorded from 1650s.
[kuh-myoo-ni-kol-uh-jee] /kəˌmyu nɪˈkɒl ə dʒi/ noun 1. the study of communication.
[verb kuh-myoon; noun kom-yoon] /verb kəˈmyun; noun ˈkɒm yun/ verb (used without object), communed, communing. 1. to converse or talk together, usually with profound intensity, intimacy, etc.; interchange thoughts or feelings. 2. to be in intimate communication or rapport: to commune with nature. noun 3. interchange of ideas or sentiments. [kuh-myoon] /kəˈmyun/ verb (used without […]
[kuh-myoon-yuh n] /kəˈmyun yən/ noun 1. (often initial capital letter). Also called Holy Communion. Ecclesiastical. 2. a group of persons having a common religious faith; a religious denomination: Anglican communion. 3. association; fellowship. 4. interchange or sharing of thoughts or emotions; intimate communication: communion with nature. 5. the act of sharing, or holding in common; […]
noun 1. 3 .