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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} haberleşmek

Siz ikiniz haberleşmek için hangi dili kullanırsınız? - What language do you two use to communicate?

{f} bildirmek
{f} iletişim kurmak

Sağır ve dilsiz insanlar iletişim kurmak için işaret dilini kullanabilirler. - Deaf-mute people can use sign language to communicate.

İletişim kurmak için bir anadil konuşuru gibi ses çıkarmak zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to sound like a native speaker in order to communicate.

{f} nakletmek
{f} anlatmak
{f} bulaştırmak
irtibatı olmak
sirayet ettirmek
tebliğ etmek
iletişime girmek
iletişime geçmek
komünyon almak
bitişik olmak
komünyon vermek
birbirine açılmak (odalar)
dialog kurmak
bulaştırmak (hastalığı)
(with ile) görüş alışverişi yapmak
(haber/bilgi/görüş/düşünce/vb.) geçirmek

Çinceyi iyi öğrenmek istiyorsan, Çin halkıyla daha sık haberleşmelisin. - If you want to study Chinese well, you should communicate with Chinese people more often.

Tom ve Mary birbirleriyle daha iyi haberleşmeyi öğrenmeliler. - Tom and Mary need to learn to communicate with each other better.

ifade etmek
meramını anlatmak
{f} geçirmek
aralannda bağlantı olmak
{f} içini dökmek
{f} (with) (ile) haberleşmek, iletişmek; (ile) iletişim
{f} bağlantılı olmak
{f} (hastalığı) bulaştırmak, sirayet ettirmek
{f} temasa geçmek
{f} birbirine açılmak
{f} dertleşmek
haber vermek
communicate with
communicate with
communicate by
communicate by writing
yazışarak haberleş
communicate with
görüş alışverişi yapmak
communicate with
iletişim kurmak
communicate by
communicate by writing
yazışarak haberleş(mek)
communicate to
communicate by writing
yazışarak haberleşmek
communicate with somebody
iletişim kurmak
haber verici
{i} konuşkan kimse
sinyâl cihazı
{i} konuşma aygıtı
[n] ulaştıran
to communicate
komünyon almak
to communicate
komünyon vermek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To express or convey ideas, either through verbal or nonverbal means; to have intercourse, to exchange information

I feel I hardly know him; I just wish he'd communicate with me a little more.

To share (in); to have in common, to partake of

We shall now consider those functions of intelligence which man communicates with the higher beasts.

To receive or take part in Holy Communion

She attended church, but did not communicate at mass.

To impart information or knowledge of; to make known, to tell

It is vital that I communicate this information to you.

To impart or transmit (to another); to give a share of

The strong scent of onions was communicated to his fingers.

{v} to impart, reveal, receive the Lord's supper
administer communion; in church
transmit thoughts or feelings; "He communicated his anxieties to the psychiatrist" transmit information ; "Please communicate this message to all employees" administer communion; in church be in verbal contact; interchange information or ideas; "He and his sons haven't communicated for years"; "Do you communicate well with your advisor?" join or connect; "The rooms communicated
join or connect; "The rooms communicated"
If you communicate with someone, you share or exchange information with them, for example by speaking, writing, or using equipment. You can also say that two people communicate. My natural mother has never communicated with me Officials of the CIA depend heavily on electronic mail to communicate with each other They communicated in sign language. + communication com·mu·ni·ca·tion Lithuania hasn't had any direct communication with Moscow. use of the radio telephone for communication between controllers and pilots
transmit information ; "Please communicate this message to all employees"
To share in common; to participate in
To partake of the Lord's supper; to commune
transfer to another; "communicate a disease"
To share or participate; to possess or enjoy in common; to have sympathy
To administer the communion to
To give or transmit (a disease)
To make known; to recount; to give; to impart; as, to communicate information to any one
administer communion; in church be in verbal contact; interchange information or ideas; "He and his sons haven't communicated for years"; "Do you communicate well with your advisor?"
another word for receiving communion or the Holy Eucharist
To impart to another or others, to give to another, to make known
If you communicate information, a feeling, or an idea to someone, you let them know about it. They successfully communicate their knowledge to others People must communicate their feelings
v 1 To pass along; transmit 2 To make known; give or exchange information 3 To be connected
To have intercourse or to be the means of intercourse; as, to communicate with another on business; to be connected; as, a communicating artery
to open into each other, to be connected
transmit thoughts or feelings; "He communicated his anxieties to the psychiatrist"
To give alms, sympathy, or aid
join or connect; "The rooms communicated
{f} express one's thoughts and ideas; exchange information or ideas; transfer, pass along, transmit
be in verbal contact; interchange information or ideas; "He and his sons haven't communicated for years"; "Do you communicate well with your advisor?"
If one person communicates with another, they successfully make each other aware of their feelings and ideas. You can also say that two people communicate. He was never good at communicating with the players Family therapy showed us how to communicate with each other. considerate individuals who can communicate and work in a team. + communication com·mu·ni·ca·tion There was a tremendous lack of communication between us communication skills. + communicator communicators com·mu·ni·ca·tor She's a good communicator
To express or convey ones ideas to another either through verbal or nonverbal means
To receive Holy Communion
receive Communion, in the Catholic church
to tell, show, or make known
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To impart; to bestow; to convey; as, to communicate a disease or a sensation; to communicate motion by means of a crank
To give information or knowledge of make known
To keep checkers within six pips of one another for mutual support
To keep checkers within six points of one another, for mutual support
communicate with
make contact
past of communicate
third-person singular of communicate
{s} pertaining to the activity of transmitting information
the transmission of observable data; examples include spoken or written words, graphs, drawings, diagrams, maps, mathematical equations; skills such as asking questions, discussing, explaining, reporting, and outlining can aid in the development of communication skills
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Comprises the ability to express oneself effectively in individual and group situations, either orally or in writing It involves a sender transmitting an idea to a receiver
the activity of communicating; the activity of conveying information; "they could not act without official communication from Moscow"
present participle of communicate
A tiny personal communications device worn as an emblem on Starfleet uniforms Allows people to talk to the ship when on an Away mission, and talk to each other when on Voyager, similar to a voice activated cell phone
Netscape Communicator is a suite of Internet applications It is part of the Business Internet software Find out more about Communicator
a person who communicates with others
Global object that groups application processes together Processes in a communicator can communicate with each other or with processes in another group Conceptually, communicators define a communication context and a static group of processes within that context
- The Communicator allows users to perform a variety of communications functions, such as sending a StargazerNET link to a friend or initiating or joining to a Conference Room or Message Boards The Communicator is a feature of the Control Panel
A generic name for information centric mobile phones In effect a fully featured personal digital assistant and mobile phone in one unit The Nokia 9210 Communicator is an example of such a Symbian OS phone Smartphone
someone who is able to express ideas or their feelings clearly to other people
An opaque object that indicates the range of communication operations to be performed There are two types of communicators intracommunicator and intercommunicator
This consists of Netscape's Navigator browser bundled with Netscape's Messenger (e-mail) and Calendar applications as well Often, people use Netscape, Communicator, and Navigator interchangelably to refer to Netscape's web browser
The creator of a text or message The one communicating Also Author, Speaker, Writer
Two-way "walkie talkie" radios
In MPI, a group of processes that can send messages to each other See also group, , for the PVM equivalent and active set, , for the SHMEM equivalent
Netscape's name for their combo product that includes Navigator, as well as e-mail, newsgroup and page editing components
Netscape Communicator is a suite of Internet applications It is part of the Business Internet software
Any of several electronic devices that allow people with various disabilities to communicate via displays or artificial speech
One who communicates
Someone who, or something that communicates
{i} one who communicates, one who transmits knowledge or information
Netscape Communicator is a suite of Internet applications It is part of the Sympatico software Find out more about Netscape Communicator
These are compact, lightweight two-way radios (also known as FRS radios) They operate on a 5 2 MHz bandwidth that provides up to a 2-mile range with greater clarity than the old "walkie talkies" BellSouth's communicators include a variety of features depending on the model They include
Items used by the Sailor Soldiers to contact each other when there is trouble
Information centric products with voice capability
plural of communicator