English - Vietnamese Dictionary
informed /in'fɔ:md/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- có nhiều tin tức, nắm được tình hình
informs|informed|informingɪn'fɔrm /-'fɔːmThesaurus Dictionary
+impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to
+give character or essence to
+act as an informer
Advanced English Dictionary
1 intelligent, knowledgeable, enlightened, educated, learned, cultured, cultivated:
An informed public is democracy's greatest asset.
2 alert (to), aware (of), advised, in touch, au fait, briefed, conversant (with), (well-)versed, up (on), up to date, Colloq in the know, wise:
Keep me informed as to your whereabouts.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
having or showing a lot of knowledge about a particular subject or situation: an informed critic + an informed choice / decision / guess / opinion + They are not fully informed about the changes. + Keep me informed of any developments.
See also - ILL-INFORMED, WELL INFORMED
be | keep | keep sb
The kids are much better informed than I was at their age.
| fully, properly
Consumers must be fully informed of the services available.
| adequately, reasonably
I offer my observations as those of an interested and reasonably informed member of the general public.
| badly, ill, poorly | reliably
I am reliably informed that there are plans to close this school.
a politically informed public
theoretically informed research
They were poorly informed about their rights.
We will keep you informed of any developments.
Keep me informed on progress.
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