In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sobre un tema, una noticia)informednuestro derecho a estar informado — our right to information
- fuentes bien informadas — well-informed sources
- está muy bien informado sobre el tema — he is very knowledgeable / well-informed about the subject
- me mantuvo informado — she kept me informed
- si eso es lo que le han dicho, está usted muy mal informada — if that is what you have been told, then you have been misinformed / wrongly informed
2(con referencias)una empleada bien informada — a maid with good references
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