Definition of communicability in English:

communicability

Pronunciation /kəˌmyo͞onəkəˈbilədē/ /kəˌmjunəkəˈbɪlədi/

noun

See communicable

‘He presumed that if there is to be development, there must be better communicability.’
  • ‘In not a single case has human-to-human communicability been confirmed.’
  • ‘But there has been, as I perceive it, a profound loss of faith in contemporary music's communicability to a wider audience, and to be honest I think a fair number of composers nowadays don't really care.’
  • ‘In this article, we'll examine the symptoms, the treatment, and the communicability of the disease, and we'll find out what is being done to cure and control the condition.’
  • ‘Again, it'll take more time and more cases to know exactly when someone becomes contagious, and for how long communicability lasts after infection.’