Synonyms of inform in English:

inform

verb

  • 1 she informed him that she was ready to leave we'll keep you informed of any new developments
    tell, let someone know, notify, apprise, advise, announce to, impart to, communicate to; brief, prime, enlighten, send word to, keep posted
    informal put in the picture, fill in, clue in/up, give the low-down to
  • 2 he informed on two well-known villains
    denounce, give away, betray, incriminate, inculpate, report, tell the authorities/police about; double-cross, sell out, stab in the back, be a Judas to, give someone a Judas kiss; English Lawturn Queen's/King's evidence
    informal rat, squeal, squeak, blab, split, tell, tell tales about, blow the whistle, spill the beans, put the finger on, sell down the river, nark, snitch, peach, stitch up, do the dirty on
    British informal grass, shop, sneak
    Scottish informal clype
    North American informal rat out, drop a/the dime on, finger, job
    Australian/New Zealand informal dob, pimp, pool, shelf, put someone's pot on, point the bone at
    rare delate
  • 3 half of the articles were informed by feminism
    suffuse, pervade, permeate, infuse, imbue, saturate; illuminate, animate; characterize, typify
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