English words and Examples of Usage

use "inform" in a sentence

We've got perspectives and research to help inform those decisions.

First you simply inform the Vice Principal that you have a problem.

We're out there to tell people and inform people on what's going on.

He spoke with the Bulldogs on Thursday to inform them of the decision.

I am setting out to inform people and to get people to think," he said.

"Officers are now working to identify the person and inform their family.

One is to stir the pot, the other is to tickle the spot, and third is to inform.

Strava can inform our outreach and community engagement, but does not replace it.”

"I just wanted to inform people that it was actually supposed to be non-food items.

Hoover sent female agents to "inform" on the women as "a national security threat."

A Business Reference Group has been established to inform the Government's proposals.

Technically these companies are supposed to inform the FDA what is in their products.

We're trying to educate the public and inform them so they can avoid a ticket and tow.

Manfred called former Commissioner Fay Vincent on Monday to inform him of the decision.

"You're losing the ability to inform the public of much of what's going on around them.

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