- to train or instruct.
- to make known; disclose.
- to give or impart form to.
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How to use inform in a sentence
Gallery Media is part publisher and part agency and it uses the expertise in building viral media presences to inform its brand clients on how they should use the social media platform.‘Launching content on behalf of clients:’ How Gallery Media turned TikTok into a 7-figure business|Kayleigh Barber|November 12, 2020|Digiday
If they then click into that chat, they’ll see a message that informs them the other user had left.Bumble’s new feature prevents bad actors from using ‘unmatch’ to hide from their victims|Sarah Perez|November 9, 2020|TechCrunch
On Thursday, District of Columbia Circuit Judge James Boasberg rejected that contention, noting that borrowers had been informed via the loan application that such data could be revealed as a result of a FOIA lawsuit.Judge Orders the Release of Data on Emergency Loans for Small Businesses|by Lydia DePillis|November 6, 2020|ProPublica
For sure, you can have a bad experience anywhere, and plenty of people review the parks to inform others about how the shuttle system works, or if it’s hard to find a parking spot, or something like that, and all those things can be useful.
They are helping people register and informing people about voting news while protesting, suing state officials, and fighting for the end of voter suppression.
British Dictionary definitions for inform (1 of 2)
- to train or educate
- to report