- kuwajulishamtoa habarihabarimtoa habarikuhabarisha
Verb(1) impart knowledge of some fact, state of affairs, or event to(2) give character or essence to(3) act as an informer
(1) The staff were not expected to inform on clients but should refer matters to their superior.(2) People will be encouraged to ring a new shame hotline to inform on rubbish dumpers.(3) You bet, but never to the point where I would hesitate to inform on them for the slightest infraction.(4) Religion can inform every aspect of a person's life, including politics, and this, I think, is not a bad thing.(5) Western banks must be obliged by law to inform on suspicious accounts.(6) people called a confidential hotline to inform on friends, neighbors, and family members(7) When he started to inform on his accomplice last year, the pathologist was called in.(8) He added it was very difficult for young people to inform on friends dabbling with drugs and drink.(9) Not even when one of her options is to inform on him to the company without even telling him about it?(10) you must inform the hospital(11) Use them wisely, inform on your neighbours, and remember kids, dope's for dopes.(12) Deciding when to inform on wrongdoers is one of the most wrenching dilemmas we can face.(13) the role of television is to inform and entertain(14) First of all the nice visit, offering them money and mobile phones to inform on people.(15) more research is required to inform the policy(16) we don't advise, we just inform
(1) in form :: katika mfumo
1. tell ::
2. denounce ::
3. suffuse ::
Different Formsinform, informant, informants, informed, informer, informers, informing, informs
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