communicateverb

  • ja…を伝達する、理解し合う、通信する
  • ento share or exchange information, news, ideas, feelings, etc.

Examples

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My daughter can name 10 breakfast cereals.
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- What? Dad! What? - Wow, wow!
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We need to communicate.
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I think the ghost can only communicate with written words.
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The ghost writer?
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You know, I've never played my stuff for anyone before.
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So it's important that you understand it's about communicating very private emotions.
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She's trying to communicate.
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She's speaking.
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But why aren't you listening?
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We're just trying to communicate.
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Oh... Expressing yourself so you can feel hurt and get on the same page.
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Exactly.
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The guy's worried, okay?
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He's wondering why don't you just communicate with him.
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'Cause it would only hurt and it won't help.
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First of all, Jake, there's no records that you and I teamed up together
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because you insisted that we only communicate through a beeper.
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There are benefits to life without parents.
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Can you communicate those in an interesting way?
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Dancing!
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It is a primal art form used in ancient times to express yourself with the body!
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And communicate!