< Latin commūnicātus,
past participle of commūnicāre
to impart, make common, equivalent to commūn
noncommunicating, adjectiveovercommunicate, verb, overcommunicated, overcommunicating.precommunicate, verb, precommunicated, precommunicating.uncommunicating, adjectivewell-communicated, adjective
divulge, announce, disclose, reveal. Communicate, impart
denote giving to a person or thing a part or share of something, now usually something immaterial, as knowledge, thoughts, hopes, qualities, or properties. Communicate
the more common word, implies often an indirect or gradual transmission: to communicate information by means of letters, telegrams, etc.; to communicate one's wishes to someone else. Impart
usually implies directness of action: to impart information.