Meaning of communicator in English:

communicator

Pronunciation /kəˈmjuːnɪkeɪtə/

Translate communicator into Spanish

noun

  • 1usually with adjective A person who is able to convey or exchange information, news, or ideas, especially one who is eloquent or skilled.

    ‘a gifted communicator’
    • ‘his successor was a less effective communicator’
    • ‘We were never really big communicators anyway—we're Northerners.’
    • ‘In short, medical schools understand the need for their students to be more effective communicators.’
    • ‘The most successful salespeople are persuasive communicators with excellent listening skills.’
    • ‘Indeed, she's a tireless communicator, meeting individually with each of her 13 direct reports every two weeks.’
    • ‘Communicators must bring about the end of their own power to truly allow for an unconditioned response.’
    • ‘The best communicators the world over are turning now to literature.’
    • ‘She isn't a communicator, she's very subdued.’
    • ‘That's why he considers himself to be the company's chief communicator.’
    • ‘Medical schools recognized that for physicians to become better communicators, they need students to become better humanists.’
    • ‘He is the go-to guy for ambitious politicians and nervous CEOs who want to become great communicators.’
  • 2An apparatus used to exchange information between individuals, ships, planes, etc.

    • ‘it'll send a signal to your hand-held communicator’