Communicate and Recite


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


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Recite verb – To give an oral or written account of in some detail.
Communicate and recite are semantically related in say topic. Sometimes you can use "Communicate" instead a verb "Recite", if it concerns topics such as narrate.
Nearby Words: recitation, recital, reciting, reciter, recitative
Synonyms for Recite

Common collocations

word communicate word recite word
name communicate name recite name
way communicate way recite way
story communicate story recite story
Other nouns: language, message, times, names.

Both words in one sentence

  • Big Pete and Ellen are banned from seeing each other, and communicate via the local crossing guard, who had seen "one too many spy movies" and would eat the notes and then recite them back to the intended recipients.
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