inform (someone) of (something)

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inform (someone) of (something)

To share information about something with someone. Have you informed Phil of the time change for Saturday's dinner? Don't worry, I'll inform the investors of your illness, and we'll reschedule the meeting.
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inform someone of something

to tell someone a fact. Please inform Sally of my decision. Sally has been informed of your decision.
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References in classic literature ?
These men painted that hideous wilderness in charming colours, told us that we should find a country watered with navigable rivers, and inhabited by a people that would either inform us of the way, or accompany us in it.
It is appalling that the Ceann Comhairle did not contact us to inform us of this."
We are now improving our procedures and I urge residents to inform us of any problems and allow us access to solve them.
Could Cllr Dunning please inform us of how the council have got round this obstacle?
One of the girls phoned us on Saturday to inform us of the problem, of which we were aware, another phoned on Sunday lunchtime having gone into the office to monitor the situation and again later in the evening to inform us that our flight was off and to contact the office on Monday which we duly did.
Prior to the subscriber's passing, the mailman had spent so much time reading TNA that the subscriber had noticed a disruption in service and had called TNA to inform us of the problem.
Please inform us of any MPs in your ridings who have spoken out on the Same-Sex "M" issue or who have indicated how they intend to vote.
This book gives pause to those who would establish clear and unchanging rules for what "good art ought to be." Simply put, "outsider art" has influenced "insider art." Each art form stems from a particular culture--ideas and values of the artist; each art form helps to inform us of these cultures--and, in the long run, it is this kind of experience that helps inform us about ourselves.
If the occasion arises, the MRQ will inform us of the conditions and of the procedure to be used.
"Raise Your Voice 2002 will provide an opportunity for the community to tell us if we are getting it right and also inform us of any new issues."