Translation of comunicación in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- 1 1.1 (enlace) link una apreciable mejora en las comunicaciones por carretera a significant improvement in road communications o/or links el barrio tiene muy buena comunicación con el centro the city center is easily accessible by road or by public transport, the neighborhood is within easy reach of the city center intentaban encontrar una comunicación entre los océanos they were trying to find a passage between the two oceans 1.2 (contacto) contact estar en comunicación con algn to be in contact o/or touch with sb en cuanto tenga noticias me pondré en comunicación contigo I'll get in touch o/or in contact with you as soon as I have any news, I'll contact you as soon as I have any news estamos en comunicación permanente con ellos we are in constant contact o/or communication with them 1.3 (por teléfono) se ha cortado la comunicación I've/we've been cut off no consiguió comunicación she couldn't get through 1.4(comunicaciones femenino plural)(por carretera, teléfono, etc) communications (plural) restablecer las comunicaciones to re-establish communications todas las comunicaciones quedaron cortadas all means of communication were cut off
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