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intercommunicate (v.)

1580s, "communicate reciprocally," from inter- + communicate (v.) or else from Medieval Latin intercommunicatus, past participle of intercommunicare.

updated on December 13, 2015

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Definitions of intercommunicate from WordNet

intercommunicate (v.)
be interconnected, afford passage;
These rooms intercommunicate
intercommunicate (v.)
transmit thoughts or feelings;
Synonyms: communicate
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