Translation of informed in Spanish:

informed

bien informado, adj.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈfɔrmd//ɪnˈfɔːmd/

adjective

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    (source/critic/observer) bien informado
    (criticism/approach) bien fundado
    informed opinion has it that … los entendidos opinan que …
    • it's an informed guess se trata de una conjetura hecha sobre cierta base / con cierto fundamento
    • Few people will know enough about the subject to have formed an informed opinion.
    • But we and our readership can't make an informed opinion yet.
    • Democracy needs an informed and educated populace to function.
    • For example, Thomas Jefferson is often cited as viewing an informed and educated public as key to the success of a self - governing society.
    • Being an educated eater means you have the knowledge necessary to make informed choices no matter how crunched for time you become.
    • If you are selling a health care product, I think it is vital that you are able to respond to queries with an educated and informed answer.
    • According to informed sources, supervisors have instructed that the burial take place in the presence of his closest relatives, surveyed by security forces.
    • Americans are isolationist in their policy preferences and lack the knowledge to have an informed opinion about the rest of the world.
    • It relies on a system which is not best placed to respond to a rapidly changing situation with imaginative and informed ideas.
    • What are the implications of historically and culturally informed findings for strategies of educational reform?
    • But how reassuring to learn that the readers are such a literate and well informed group.
    • The surprising thing is that today's women in Lebanon are perhaps better educated and more informed than my generation, but they are very subdued.
    • The public display of the tortured body terrorizes through the depths of horror implied in its calibration of pain witnessed by a culturally informed public.
    • I was growing vegetables in Samoa at the time, and so I am really unable to express in any way an informed view on the subject, Peter.
    • Less advice, less informed choice, less education does not mean less terminations.
    • This is not a terribly convincing theory if only because the source was a dinner conversation among unidentified subjects, but at least those were informed media workers.
    • As an informed reader/viewer, you have a responsibility to be critical and to decide how legitimate the interpretation you are receiving really is.
    • It might allow the reader to make more informed comment than anything the papers have come up with so far.
    • Todd comes to this subject from outside Scottish History, and she brings to the subject an informed comparative historical and anthropological approach.
    • We continue to attract an informed and relatively affluent readership, with 83% of readers in the top three socio-economic brackets.
    • I do not consider either that the Inspector's reasoning can be supplemented by the knowledge available to the informed reader.
    • Others have gone through it and left you the information you need to know, so go thru this process, totally informed and knowledgeable.
    • Thus they were more helpful to the informed reader than to the beginner.
    • There needs to be an informed debate on the subject.
    • This inverts the philosophy of education: the imparting of knowledge by the informed to the uninformed.
    • Periodicals were then the prime means of communicating ideas among the informed and cultured elites.
    • An informed reader writes to let me know that my description of this system was inaccurate.
    • Comments by informed readers as to the implications of the above are welcomed and will be shared with other readers.
    • ‘There is much further to go, but gradually our joint working in informed choice and financial education is making a difference,’ he added.
    • How Britain expelled the invaders and what was then the state of the country can only be the subject of informed speculation.
    • What might any informed Vietnamese have in mind on the subject?
    • The weightier works seek a more informed and sophisticated audience while not being works for the specialist.
    • Labor believes that it's very difficult to educate 9 million Australians to the level of financial literacy that is required to make an informed choice.
    • This might or might not be a good idea; I don't know enough about the subject to have an informed opinion.
    • Her aggressive titles were now familiar stock among a certain informed readership attuned to decadent works.
    • I'm still researching this, I'd be pleased to get people's informed insights into the subject.
    • I'm not condoning the horrendous conditions portrayed in the film, but I would prefer a more informed view on a given subject.
    • Losing a loved one is a scary and confusing event for teenagers, but one that can be made easier through the use of literature and informed mentoring from a caring adult.
    • All the other themes of the vision depend upon having a well educated, informed and active population.
    • I'm not knowledgeable enough on the policy questions to have an informed opinion.
    • I also happen to believe that an informed, educated, lapsed Judaism might also be the most true form of the religion, today.