Definition Of inform

verb

give (someone) facts or information; tell.

he wrote to her, informing her of the situation

give an essential or formative principle or quality to.

the relationship of the citizen to the state is informed by the democratic ideal

Example Of inform

  • And the terrorism bill means that the job of journalists is not to inform us but to inform on us.

  • As a matter of fact, she was petrified of people informing her of things she had done wrong, even if it came with suggestions on how to improve.

  • Deciding when to inform on wrongdoers is one of the most wrenching dilemmas we can face.

  • Evidence based care should be informed by the best quality evidence for the effect of interventions on clinically important longer term outcomes

  • First of all the nice visit, offering them money and mobile phones to inform on people.


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