Translation of inform in Spanish:
- 1 (advise) somebody informed the policeto keep somebody informedalguien informó a la policíahe must be informed at oncemantener a alguien informado or al corrientewe were not merely entertained but informedhay que avisarle or informarle inmediatamenteto inform somebodyno fue solo entretenido sino que también instructivo
of/ aboutsomethingwe've not yet been informed of any change of planits aim is to inform people about o of the dangers of pollutiontodavía no se nos ha informado de ningún cambio de plantodavía no se nos ha comunicado ningún cambio de planto inform somebodytiene por objeto informar (al público) sobre los peligros de la contaminación thatI'm reliably informed that …informarle a alguien queme informan de buena fuente que …Example sentences
- In fact I was informed that the people of the area, not just the parents, had the same claim on the school as the Department.
- We could book our place on the lake and would have a guaranteed swim for the night; in fact we were informed that only six people were allowed to fish at night at any one time.
- If someone leaves a comment on one of your posts, you are sent an e-mail informing you of this fact, and containing the comment.
- 2 (permeate, shape) [formal]Example sentences
- New development needs to be informed by the principles of urbanism.
- Religion can inform every aspect of a person's life, including politics, and this, I think, is not a bad thing.
- The writing in Mapping is top quality because it is informed by design experience.
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