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American English: /ˌɪnfərˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/
British English: /ɪnfəˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/

Translation of information in Spanish:


  • 1 1.1 (facts, news) a piece of information
    un dato
    they gave us a little/a lot of information
    nos dieron or nos facilitaron un poco de/mucha información
    for more/further information write to …
    para más/mayor información diríjase a …
    information about or on something/somebody
    información (feminine) acerca de or sobre algo/alguien
    we have very little information about or on this company/him
    tenemos muy poca información acerca de or sobre la compañía/él
    we have no information as to his whereabouts
    desconocemos su paradero
    for your information
    para su información
    a título informativo [formal]
    for your information I do not read other people's letters
    para que te enteres, yo no tengo por costumbre leer la correspondencia ajena
    information center or (British) centre information network
    red (feminine) informativa
    information office
    oficina (feminine) de información
    information pack
    material (masculine) informativo
    Example sentences
    • The unit will provide information and advice to members of the public on their rights and entitlements.
    • Facts provide information which is free from the contamination of a subjective viewpoint.
    • They will also be consulted on plans for future developments and receive regular information about the hospital.
    1.2 (US) (Telecommunications)
    información (feminine)
    servicio (masculine) de información telefónica
    Example sentences
    • All the cards contain a computer chip which stores information, such as what type of meal has been purchased by the pupil.
    • Although the hardware is still at a very basic stage, the theory of how quantum computers process information is well advanced.
    • At that price, he reasoned, it would finally be cheaper to store information on computer than it is on paper.
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