Communication Definition

kə-myo͝onĭ-kāshən
communications
noun
communications
The act of transmitting.
Webster's New World
A giving or exchanging of information, signals, or messages as by talk, gestures, or writing.
Webster's New World
Interpersonal rapport.
American Heritage Medicine
Close, sympathetic relationship.
Webster's New World
The information, signals, or message.
Webster's New World
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A communication made during the course of a confidential relationship that is legally protected from involuntary disclosure and may be withheld from evidence. See also privilege.

Webster's New World Law

A communication made, whether or not during course of a confidential relationship, that is legally protected from involuntary disclosure and may be withheld from evidence. See also privilege.

Webster's New World Law

Other Word Forms of Communication

Noun

Singular:
communication

Origin of Communication

  • Old French communicacion, from Latin commūnicātiōnem, accusative singular of commūnicātiō (“imparting, communicating”), from commūnicō (“I share, I impart”).

    From Wiktionary

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