Communicate and Pronounce

Communicate

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Communicate verb – To cause (something) to pass from one to another.
Pronounce and communicate are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Pronounce" instead a verb "Communicate".
Nearby Words: communication, communicated, communicative, communicating, communicable
Synonyms for Communicate

Pronounce

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Pronounce verb – Speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way.
Communicate and pronounce are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Communicate" instead a verb "Pronounce".
Nearby Words: pronounced, pronouncement, pronouncing, pronouncedly, pronounceable
Synonyms for Pronounce

Common collocations

word communicate word pronounce word
name communicate name pronounce name
way communicate way pronounce way
language communicate language pronounce language
Other nouns: names, english, sounds.

Both words in one sentence

  • Starfish Language The Boron, an aquatic species, communicate with a mixture of clicking and a pheromone cloud, while humans lack the vocal structures necessary to pronounce Paranid words properly.
  • The Unpronounceable Interestingly, the K'Chain seem unable to pronounce human names, even though they can communicate via their own brand of telepathy with humans.
  • The Unpronounceable Used straight in "The Day The Earth Stood Stupid", where Nibbler tells Leela that "in the time it would take to pronounce one letter of my true name, a trillion cosmoses would flare into existence and fade into eternal night." One wonders how they communicate with each other.
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