a person who communicates, especially one skilled at conveying information, ideas, or policy to the public.
a person in the business of communications, as television or magazine publishing.

Origin of communicator

1655–65; < Late Latin commūnicātor; see communicate, -tor Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for communicator

Contemporary Examples of communicator

Historical Examples of communicator

  • But he settled down with the communicator to make the attempt.

    Pariah Planet

    Murray Leinster

  • Something that ain't human's talking at me on a communicator!

    Pariah Planet

    Murray Leinster

  • He located the communicator controls, and picked up the microphone.

    The Players

    Everett B. Cole

  • The communicator on the Gern officer's belt spoke with metallic authority.

    Space Prison

    Tom Godwin

  • Then suddenly through the communicator came an unmistakable sound.

    The Black Star Passes

    John W Campbell

Word Origin and History for communicator

1660s, from Latin communicator, agent noun from communicare (see communication).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper