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From the English verb inform:
informed is:
   3rd person singular (he/she/it) Preterite Indicative

informed  Adjective
  1. Translate "informed" to Spanish: informado, advertido, bien informado, instruido, enterado, fundamentado, sabedor
    English Synonyms of "informed": learned, posted, well-versed, cognizant, hep to the jive, Joe, knowledgeable, on
    Define meaning of "informed": Having much knowledge or education.
  2. An informed public.
    Informed opinion.
    The informed customer.

Conceptually-related expressions of "informed"
inform  Verb
  1. Translate "inform" to Spanish: informar, advertir, avisar, documentar, enterar, hacer saber, notificar, alertar, anticipar, correr la voz, dar a saber, dar información, dar parte, participar, participar a, poner al tanto, percatar
    English Synonyms of "inform": tell, acquaint, advise, brief, fill in, give a tip, let on
    Define meaning of "inform": Impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to.
  2. The stool pigeon informed the guard, El soplón alertó al guarda.
    I informed him of his rights.

  3. Translate "inform" to Spanish: dar a saber, informar
    English Synonyms of "inform": belch, poop up, sing out
    Define meaning of "inform": Impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to.
  4. The press informed the event, La prensa dio a saber el suceso.
    I informed him of his rights.

  5. Translate "inform" to Spanish: informar
    English Synonyms of "inform": blow the whistle, sing

  6. Translate "inform" to Spanish: delatar
    English Synonyms of "inform": chirp

  7. Translate "inform" to Spanish: revelar información
    English Synonyms of "inform": let out secret information, let out secrets, reveal information, tattle, disclose information, sneak
    Define meaning of "inform": Act as an informer.
  8. She had informed on her own parents for years.

Verb Conjugation for "inform"
Gerund: informing

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