communicate with (one)

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communicate with (one)

1. To talk to one. Well, if you didn't communicate with him, how was he supposed to know what you needed?
2. To convey a message to and be understood by another person. Even though they've been married for years, they still sometimes have a hard time communicating with each other.
See also: communicate

communicate with someone

 
1. Lit. to correspond or talk with a person. I have to communicate with Wally first. As soon as I have communicated with Fred, I can give you an answer.
2. Fig. to make oneself understood with a person. (Often used with a negative.) I just don't seem to communicate with Sam, no matter what I do. We just can't seem to communicate with each other.
See also: communicate
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Our strategy is to enable members of existing online and real-world communities to begin communicating with one another using mobile video.
As part of the relationship, clients will have the time saving advantage of communicating with one point of contact for test scheduling and process management.
In this research effort, individual supply chain elements are represented via independent simulation models capable of communicating with one another, much as factories and warehouses communicate.
For wireless users, Push-To-Talk offers a new means of communicating with one or many individuals at the push of a button on a wireless device.
For wireless users, PTT offers a new means of communicating with one or many individuals at the push of a button on a wireless device.
Fans from around the world have been communicating with one another via The Smashing Pumpkins' official message board, creating numerous threads that attempt to solve the mysteries of "MACHINA," as well as those on the site itself.
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