verbal communication

Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to verbal communication: Non verbal communication
See: discourse
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Once the connection is made, the first responder at the site of the emergency has immediate two-way verbal communication with a hospital clinician, who can offer instructions to stabilize the victim until emergency transport is arranged.
With few exceptions, highly effective leaders have very strong verbal communication skills.
The programme aims to contribute to the personal development of its participants, improve their written and verbal communication skills, enhance their research capabilities and broaden the horizons of young people from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures.
NOVEMBER Your verbal communication skills are about to be de fuzzed and fine-tuned.
Thinking is in words, processed auditorally, which allows rapid verbal communication of ideas.
He must also listen for verbal communication from other defenders.
Just imagine introducing a greater number of oral, rather than written, final examinations if verbal communication skills were highly valued in certain fields.
English Communications Assistance: Verbal communication in English can be difficult, even for the very best-skilled of our international students.
This includes teaching staff proper positioning of themselves vis-a-vis residents who are behaviorally challenging, verbal communication skills, and ways to supplement verbal requests with helpful gestures and other visual cues.
Clever stage graphics made up for the lack of verbal communication from the great man.
5) Morton Wiener and Albert Mehrabian, Language Within Language: Immediacy, a Channel in Verbal Communication (New York, NY: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1968).
Drawing on Pope John Paul's Theology of the Body, Bishop Galeone points out that "sexual communication uses many of the same terms that verbal communication does: intercourse, to know (carnally), to conceive, etc.