Definition of non-verbal in English:

non-verbal

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adjective

Not involving or using words or speech: forms of non-verbal communication
More example sentences
  • Practice will help you improve how you speak as well as your use of non-verbal communication.
  • The translator must pay special attention to the non-verbal aspects of communication.
  • The non-verbal cues given during a face-to-face meeting will not come across in an electronic survey.

Derivatives

non-verbally

adverb
More example sentences
  • He glanced at Andrew as if to ask him non-verbally if that would be alright.
  • He was also young and he would connect with us, verbally and non-verbally.
  • A good communicator knows that what we communicate non-verbally can be more meaningful than the words we use.

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