Translation of info in Spanish:


información, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪnfəʊ//ˈɪnfoʊ/



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    información feminine
    • Enter your contact info and we will send you an email with more information.
    • This is the kind of info that people of my age would never have even dreamed of getting when they were starting out.
    • Present the old info and ask us to work through the issues and come up with a solution.
    • Sayles chokes you with enough info to fill a documentary and asks you to chew on it for a while.
    • In any case, if you have the inside info on the large print issue, please please let us know!
    • Give people the knowledge and info they need, and most will do something about health issues.
    • This little bit of info is on every single direct debit agreement you sign.
    • Apparently it is pretty good and clear and the right length and has all the relevant info.
    • I just found this whilst looking for info for our forthcoming trip to Cornwall.
    • Is he now trying to imply that he has never sat on info relating to parliamentarians?
    • Should anyone want any more info please reply to this post and I will provide.
    • I've had to email the employer twice to ask them to send me some info, but nothing has appeared yet.
    • We are surrounded by sound all the time and it's a lot of info to process in one brain with no relief.
    • There is so much info out there on the net, it boggles the mind when you really think about it!
    • Read about his thoughts on the new coach as well as some other inside info and mealtime tips.
    • I wanted to blog it then, but there was so little info on the internet about it that I didn't dare.
    • Booking is handled online and requires weight details as well as the usual personal info.
    • At that point my mind went to mush and I wasn't able to compute very much info.
    • Take info of the prices you have been quoted so you can query immediately if they start making up funny prices.
    • Expect more stuff and more links and clips and info in the run-up to the show.