verb (used with object)
- to train or instruct.
- to make known; disclose.
- to give or impart form to.
verb (used without object)
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He informed them that he was a student and received results back pretty quickly, within two days, before getting on the plane.Even the most cautious schools are seeing outbreaks|Sy Mukherjee|September 17, 2020|Fortune
Had she been informed of what was being done with regard to her fallopian tubes, she would have been able to respond fairly to that.
Instead, the doctor informed her that he had also removed one of her fallopian tubes and that she could expect to have difficulty conceiving if she wanted to have more children.
Its comprehensive report, released in 2018, informed my research and the list below.Want to fight climate change effectively? Here’s where to donate your money.|Sigal Samuel|September 17, 2020|Vox
Soon the prestigious Wellesley College informed her that it had put her on the waitlist for admission.When a Calculus Class Abruptly Became Ceramics at Lincoln High|Scott Lewis|September 16, 2020|Voice of San Diego
I would like to inform everyone not to take the page too seriously, we are not trying to promote anything.
The signs, he said, were designed to inform people in the neighborhood — not to get him press.
But the official said this was meant only to inform Iran about U.S. actions, not to start negotiations over what to do about ISIS.
Hobbes lacked the data of archaeology and anthropology to inform his theories about the dangerous nature of pre-state existence.
Gupta has to entertain, as much as inform, around a gruesome situation.
As soon as the slave saw him enter, she ran to inform her mistress.
I expect to know very shortly; and the moment I know I will try to inform you, unless I am forbidden.The Mystery of the Sea|Bram Stoker
His first thought was to go at once and inform St. John of what he had witnessed.Lucretia, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
After glancing through the book, I made an excuse to hurry away and inform Her Majesty.Two Years in the Forbidden City|The Princess Der Ling
Madeleine came to inform her young mistress, and she was on the point of going to her father, when the bell rang again.Monsieur Cherami|Charles Paul de Kock
British Dictionary definitions for inform (1 of 2)
- to train or educate
- to report