- v impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to
I informed him of his rights
- v give character or essence to
- v act as an informer
She had informed on her own parents for years
- a having much knowledge or education
an informed public
the informed customer
- TFK enables its readers to become literate, critical thinkers, and informed, responsible citizens.
- If Rich wants to "talk in an informed way," I'm sure there's an open mike at C-Span Radio, and if there's really a hunger for such adult dialogue, does it really have to be .
- I was informed that a briefing had taken place.
News & Articles
- Group: Keep police informed
Citizens United Against Violence want to eliminate the stigma of “snitching” on crimes in an effort to help keep law enforcement informed and to keep the community safe.
June 22, 2013 - The Daily Reflector
- Why Infrastructure ETFs Are Overrated
NEW YORK (ETF Expert) -- Early in 2007, a prospective client informed me that he would not be placing his $1,000,000 portfolio with my company, Pacific Park Financial. He explained that another Registered Investment Adviser specialized in leveraged emerging-market ETFs and that the firm's performance was amazing. I challenged the individual to better understand daily compounding versus annual ...
June 22, 2013 - TheStreet.com
- Google handed over years of e-mails belonging to WikiLeaks chatroom admin
Google informed 2 men that a US court order mandated a secret search in 2011.
June 22, 2013 - Ars Technica
- John McCain in Hartford Courant
I have spoken to Senator Obama and informed him of my decision and have asked him to join me. We must meet as Americans, not as Democrats or Republicans, and we must meet until this crisis is resolved,McCain said. "I am directing my...
- Caroline Kennedy in Newsday
I informed Governor Paterson [Wednesday] that for personal reasons, I am withdrawing my name from consideration for the United States Senate,Kennedy said in a statement released after midnight.
- Harry Reid in Wall Street Journal
President Bush, in a White House statement, said: "Tim was a tough and hardworking newsman. He was always well-informed and thorough in his interviews. And he was as gregarious off the set as he was prepared on it."