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communicative

División en sílabas: com·mu·ni·ca·tive
Pronunciación: /kəˈmyo͞onəˌkādiv
 
, kəˈmyo͞onikədiv
 
/

Definición de communicative en inglés:

adjetivo

1Ready to talk or impart information: the patient was alert and communicative
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He's a straight-talking and personable man and the expectation is that people and priests will find him approachable and communicative.
  • They even adopted the boy, whom they recall as a lively, communicative, and welcomed member of the family.
  • You can see people being more affectionate with their children and personally more communicative.
Sinónimos
forthcoming, expansive, expressive, unreserved, uninhibited, vocal, outgoing, frank, open, candid;
talkative, chatty, loquacious
informal gabby
1.1Relating to the conveyance or exchange of information: the communicative process in literary texts
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It required two participants able to mean and to intend, locked into a social context of communicative exchange.
  • Similarly, clinicians rarely record all communicative exchanges with patients.
  • Allusions and references, in other words, allow writers to engage their readers and listeners actively in the communicative process.

Origen

late Middle English: from late Latin communicativus, from communicat- 'shared', from the verb communicare (see communicate).

Derivados

communicatively

1
adverbio
Example sentences
  • Many people who have acquired normal speaking skills become communicatively impaired when their vocal apparatus fails.
  • In other words, signals are used communicatively within a social group.
  • The results of the present study indicate that while young women appreciate the importance of medical skill, it is the communicatively competent care provider that they most seek.

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