- communication interface,
- communication theory,
- communications satellite,
- communicative competence,
- communion cloth,
- communion cup,
- communion of saints
Origin of communicator
Examples from the Web for communicator
Over and over, people have spoken about President Obama's prowess as a communicator.
He believes that art should serve as a communicator—and that candy is a universal language everyone can understand.
Coakley, as inept a communicator as Gillibrand, just proved this.
Howard Bragman has been a communicator, educator, entrepreneur, writer and lecturer for over 30 years.
Then suddenly through the communicator came an unmistakable sound.The Black Star Passes|John W Campbell
There was a crashing sound as if Vale had dropped the communicator.Operation Terror|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Then, suddenly, the communicator's lamp began to waver in an extraordinary, hysterical fashion.The Machine That Saved The World|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
"Very well, sir; in fifteen minutes," a voice replied out of the communicator.Police Operation|H. Beam Piper
Mrs Piper's secondary personalities should have incarnated the communicator without intermediary.Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research|Michael Sage
1660s, from Latin communicator, agent noun from communicare (see communication).