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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Unified communications follow you, wherever you may be, and adapt to the device and network you're using and, finally, give you control over how people communicate with you. Just imagine what this could do to help your business lower communication costs while improving knowledge worker productivity and customer service--as well as shorten your time to increased revenues and lower costs.
Instead, I guarantee they'll try to find you the help you need, and, hopefully, improve the way they communicate with you.