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Translation of "inform" - English-Spanish dictionary

inform

verb   /ɪnˈfɔːm/
B1 to tell someone about something informar He informed us that we would have to leave. Patients should be informed about the risks.
(Definition of inform from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

inform

verb /inˈfoːm/
to tell; to give knowledge to informar Please inform me of your intentions in this matter I was informed that you were absent from the office.
(with againstor on) to tell facts to eg the police about (a criminal etc) denunciar, delatar He informed against his fellow thieves.
informant noun
someone who tells or informs informante He passed on the news to us, but would not say who his informant had been.
information noun
facts told or knowledge gained or given información Can you give me any information about this writer? the latest information on the progress of the war He is full of interesting bits of information.
informative /-mətiv/ adjective
giving useful information informativo an informative book.
informer noun
a person who informs against a criminal etc delator; informador, chivato a police informer.
information processing noun
(computing ) the use of computers to store, organize, and work with information; data processing procesamiento de información
information superhighway noun
(computing ) a fast computer channel through which information, pictures etc are sent from one computer to another. autopista de la información
information technology noun
(computing) the study and use of electronic systems and computers for storing, analysing and utilizing information. informática
information does not have a plural: some information ; any information.
(Definition of inform from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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