One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characterized by facts about something; providing information.‘an informational brochure’‘this article is for informational purposes only’
- ‘The co-op supports fire companies by hosting informational dinner meetings at their fire stations.’
- ‘An informational website was developed to promote the essay contest in May 2002.’
- ‘He insisted his presentation was an informational speech, not a political one.’
- ‘A series of text-based informational features are included.’
- ‘The classroom is now in a vital struggle for survival with the immensely persuasive "outside" world created by new informational media.’
- ‘Lifestyles are the principal commodity of an informational economy.’
- ‘This reference to the top-secret atomic bomb was a little too informational to pass army censorship.’
- ‘Actual informational material is being substituted for glossy brochures.’
- ‘Within textuality there is an informational structure of given versus new information.’
- ‘Informational content of past prices appears to contribute considerable information to current period price discovery.’
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