Idioms, Communication of
Idioms, Communication of
A technical expression in the theology of the Incarnation. It means that the properties of the Divine Word can be ascribed to the man Christ, and that the properties of the man Christ can be predicated of the Word

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  • Intercultural communication principles — guide the process of exchanging meaningful and unambiguous information across cultural boundaries, in a way that preserves mutual respect and minimises antagonism. For these purposes, culture is a shared system of symbols, beliefs, attitudes,… …   Wikipedia

  • black out — {v.} 1. To darken by putting out or dimming lights, * /In some plays the stage is blacked out for a short time and the actors speak in darkness./ * /In wartime, cities are blacked out to protect against bombing from planes./ 2. To prevent or… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • keep in touch with — {v. phr.} To remain in communication with; maintain contact with. * /Don t forget to keep in touch, either by letter or phone, when you re in Europe!/ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • lose touch — {v. phr.}, {informal} To fail to keep in contact or communication. Usually used with with . * /After she moved to another town, she lost touch with her childhood friends./ Compare: OUT OF TOUCH …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • stand by — {v.} 1. To be close beside or near. * /Mary could not tell Jane the secret with her little brother standing by./ * /Would you just stand by and watch the big boys beat your little brother?/ 2. To be near, waiting to do something when needed. *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • word of mouth — {n. phr.} Communication by oral rather than written means. * /The merchant told us that the best customers he had were recommended to him by word of mouth./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • black out — {v.} 1. To darken by putting out or dimming lights, * /In some plays the stage is blacked out for a short time and the actors speak in darkness./ * /In wartime, cities are blacked out to protect against bombing from planes./ 2. To prevent or… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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