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Oral communication

Communication through the mouth and ears.

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Oral communication


Communication; Oral communication

To draw back the lips so as to show the teeth especially in amusement or laughter; broadly.

Cell phone

Communication; Oral communication

A phone that sends and receives calls using radio waves. The radio waves are picked up by antennas.


Communication; Oral communication

Acting or capable of acting with speed. a (1) : fast in understanding, thinking, or learning : mentally agile (2) : reacting to stimuli with speed and keen sensitivity (3) : aroused immediately ...


Communication; Oral communication

To look fixedly often with wide-open eyes; to show oneself conspicuously the error stared from the page; of hair : to stand on end : bristle; also : to appear rough and lusterless.


Communication; Oral communication

"Free from care : untroubled ; indifferent, unconcerned ; not taking care; not showing or receiving care."


Communication; Oral communication

To mutter in discontent, growl, rumble, to express with grumbling; to utter words in a low confused indistinct manner, to utter with a low inarticulate voice.


Communication; Oral communication

Tending to hesitate; slow to act or proceed. Unsure, sometimes wishy-washy, unclear. Lacking in character or determination.

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