keep, stay
keep sb
closely, well

The kids are much better informed than I was at their age.

fully, properly, truly

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

I am reliably informed that there are plans to close this school.


a politically informed public

historically, theoretically

theoretically informed research


They were poorly informed about their rights.


We will keep you informed of any developments.


Keep me informed on progress.

Informed is used with these nouns: ↑choice, ↑consent, ↑decision, ↑electorate, ↑guess, ↑judgement, ↑observer, ↑opinion, ↑reader, ↑source, ↑view

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  • informed — [in fôrmd′] adj. having or based on much information, knowledge, or education …   English World dictionary

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  • informed — adjective Date: 15th century 1. a. having information < informed sources > < informed observers > b. based on possession of information < an informed opinion > 2. educated, knowledgeable < what the informed …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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