Translation of comunicar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 [formal] 1.1 (informar) to inform siento mucho tener que comunicarle que … I regret to inform you that … se comunica a los señores socios que … shareholders should note that … le comunicaron la noticia por teléfono they informed him of o told him o gave him the news over the telephone acaban de comunicarnos el resultado we have just been informed of o given o told the result 1.2 (América Latina/Latin America) (por teléfono) [persona] to put … through ¿me comunica con la sección de ventas? can you put me through to the sales department?
- 2 (transmitir) 2.1 [optimismo/entusiasmo] to convey, communicate, transmit; [miedo] to communicate, transmit 2.2 [conocimientos] to impart, pass on; [información] to convey, communicate intenté comunicarles mis ideas I tried to tell them my ideas 2.3 [Física/Physics] [fuerza/movimiento] to transmit, impart; [calor] to transmit
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
- 1 (España/Spain) 1.1 (ponerse en contacto) comunicar
conalgn to get in touch o/or contact withsb estoy intentando comunicar con él I'm trying to get in contact o/or touch with him marque el número del abonado con el que desee comunicar dial the number you require o/or the number of the person you wish to speak to 1.2 [teléfono] to be busy (inglés norteamericano/American English) o/or (inglés británico/British English) engaged está comunicando it's busy o/or engaged
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (comunicarse)
- 1 1.1 (recíproco) (relacionarse) to communicate se comunican por señas they communicate using sign language se comunican en alemán they talk to each other o/or they communicate in German comunicarse
conalgn to communicate withsb siempre le ha resultado difícil comunicarse con los demás he has always had problems communicating with o/or relating to people 1.2 (ponerse en contacto) comunicarse conalgn to get in touch o/or in contact withsb
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