an official communication or bulletin
Origin of communiquéFr, origin, originally past participle of communiquer, to communicate from Classical Latin communicare
An official announcement.
Origin of communiqueFrench from past participle of communiquer to announce from Latin commūnicāre to communicate ; see communicate .
- an official report or statement, such as a government press release or the report of a conference.
- The final communiqué of the G8 summit didn't even mention human rights.