例句1. she informed him that she was ready to leave
例句2. he informed on two well-known villains
I told General Smith [he later recounted] to inform Jodl that unless they instantly ceased all pretense and delay I would close the entire allied front and would, by force, prevent any more German refugees from entering our lines
“s>Permit me to inform you, Count,” said he, bowing, “that I have received a letter of advice from Thomson & French, of rome.”
“I informed them at the hotel that I had the honor of passing the night here, duke,” said Franz, “and desired them to come and inform me of his return.”
“Yes, certainly,” interrupted Monte Cristo; “but Lord Wilmore did not omit to inform me, my dear M. Andrea, that the season of your youth was rather a stormy one
I cannot inform you, but you will be duly acquainted with the reasons that have rendered such a step necessary at the preliminary examination.
“the master will inform you,”I answered;“but you are acquainted with the Earnshaws′ violent dispositions, and Mrs Linton caps them all”
Newspapers inform us of daily events.
Don′t worry, I′m not going to inform against you
I feel morally compelled to inform you that there is a degree of pain
When changes mentioned in paragraphs 2 and 3 are necessary, however, Members agree that the Member initiating such changes shall inform and, wherever possible, initiate consultations with the affected Member or Members prior to the implementation of such changes, with a view to reaching a mutually acceptable solution regarding appropriate and equitable adjustment.
However, before the Committee or a subsidiary body seeks such information from a source within the jurisdiction of a Member, it shall inform the Member involved
We will inform you in due course.
The central registry shall inform each Member annually of the regular notification obligations to which that Member will be expected to respond in the course of the following year
Sorry,Mr.Chen,but not yet,as we inform you in our telex yesterday.
In the case of quotas allocated among supplying countries, the Member applying the restrictions shall promptly inform all other Members having an interest in supplying the product concerned of the shares in the quota currently allocated, by quantity or value, to the various supplying countries and shall publish this information within the time periods specified in paragraph 4 of Article 1 and in such a manner as to enable governments and traders to become acquainted with them
No changes in the laws and regulations relating to preshipment inspection shall be enforced before such changes have been officially published. They shall be notified to the Secretariat immediately after their publication. The Secretariat shall inform the Members of the availability of this information.
Moreover, we didn′t inform the Youth League and Party rank and file, nor did we inform the Party branch secretaries and Party branch committees, we just allowed a free-for-all fight where everybody was on his own
Inform (sb)by means of a circular
Delay will be count from october thirteenth noon,inform owner agent there.
Companies publish annual reports to inform the public about last year′s activities.
Concerning your letter, I am pleased to inform you that your plans are quite acceptable to us.
One of his motivesofficial sources saidwas to create a more dynamic media better able to inform an increasingly demanding public
I regret to inform you that we are unable to offer you employment.
She didn′t inform me (about)where to get off the train.
Dear Sir,I have been requested to inform you that...
Carlini flew joyfully to Rita, telling her she was saved, and bidding her write to her father, to inform him what had occurred, and that her ransom was fixed at three hundred piastres
It is necessary for every member to inform himself of these rules
Each Member shall inform the Committee of any changes in its laws and regulations relevant to this Agreement and in the administration of such laws and regulations.
inform of an offense, report an offense
1.Give (someone) facts or information; tell.
‘he wrote to her, _informing_ her of the situation’
‘‘That’s nothing new,’ she _informed_ him’
2.Give an essential or formative principle or quality to.
‘religion _informs_ every aspect of their lives’
‘We have found that acquiring developmental knowledge _informs_ every aspect of one’s work with a case.’
3.Give incriminating information about someone to the police or other authority.
‘he had been recruited by the KGB to _inform_ on his fellow students’
‘When arrested he referred to him because he believed that that man, who had left his house two minutes before the police arrived, had _informed_ on him.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。