Definition of informed in English:

informed

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Pronunciation: /ɪnˈfɔːmd
 
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adjective

1Having or showing knowledge of a subject or situation: an informed readership
More example sentences
  • This inverts the philosophy of education: the imparting of knowledge by the informed to the uninformed.
  • I do not consider either that the Inspector's reasoning can be supplemented by the knowledge available to the informed reader.
  • We continue to attract an informed and relatively affluent readership, with 83% of readers in the top three socio-economic brackets.
Synonyms
knowledgeable, enlightened, illuminated, literate, well informed, well educated, educated, schooled, instructed; sophisticated, cultured; well briefed, well versed, abreast of the facts, primed, up to date, up to speed, in the picture, in the know; Frenchau courant, au fait
informal clued up, genned up, filled in, plugged in
British informal switched-on, sussed
US black English down
1.1(Of a decision or judgement) based on an understanding of the facts of the situation: she lacks the ability to make an informed decision obtaining informed consent from research participants is central to ethical research practice
More example sentences
  • There needs to be an informed debate on the subject.
  • I was growing vegetables in Samoa at the time, and so I am really unable to express in any way an informed view on the subject, Peter.
  • This might or might not be a good idea; I don't know enough about the subject to have an informed opinion.

Derivatives

informedly

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈfɔːmɪdli/
adverb
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  • Loyal friends should give him the benefit of the hope that he will in the future write more honestly, informedly, and responsibly about the Church that he undoubtedly loves.
  • Perhaps the budding sorcerer will purchase more carefully and informedly afterwards.
  • Dine safely, healthfully, carefully, informedly with these tips.

informedness

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈfɔːmɪdnɪs/
noun
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  • Historically, informedness of economic agents via price stability has been a rationale for the money supply rule derived from the Quantity Theory of Money.
  • A more complete explanation of consumer behavior is based on informedness and pursuit of. products that truly meet individual wants and needs.

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