Definition of communicational in English:


Pronunciation /-ˈkāSHənl/


See communication

‘Gandhi, however, perceived the credibility gap of the Congress as the sign of not just a communicational problem, but of a philosophical and a strategic error.’
  • ‘Interested parties must be reliable, with good organisational and communicational skills.’
  • ‘In this process, pre-existing communicational purposes and procedures are adapted to the new environment, but basically there does not seem to be any radical change.’
  • ‘Since the research was aimed at analysing the changes in the usage of communication services, I chose to do the research on chat as explicitly communicational.’
  • ‘Sure a bit of academic learning would improve the place but we need good communicational skills as well, you know for job interviews and things like that.’