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The word COMMUNICATION is originated from the Latin word “COMMUNIS”, meaning sharing with others, building common ground, so the essence of communication lies in the two parties’ understanding and interaction with each other, and it is expected that acceptance and consensus can be reached through the activity and process of communication.
The word "communicate" is from "communis," a Latin word that means "impart" and "share in common." Communicating, as a task, is to establish a mutual understanding and a correspondence between the participants by sharing information so that a multual acceptance and a common sense can be reached.
(from marriam-webster) communicate
Etymology: Latin communicatus, past participle of communicare to impart, participate, from communis common
1 archaic : SHARE
2 a : to convey knowledge of or information about : make known <communicate a story> b : to reveal by clear signs <his fear communicated itself to his friends>
3 : to cause to pass from one to another <some diseases are easily communicated>
1 : to receive Communion
2 : to transmit information, thought, or feeling so that it is satisfactorily received or understood
3 : to open into each other : CONNECT <the rooms communicate>
further info: http://onlinedictionary.datasegment.com/word/Communicate