informations

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NounEdit

informations

  1. plural of information
    • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
      That friend [] added, with a smile, that he had more than once amused himself with the thought of a verbarian Attorney-General, authorized to bring informations ex officio against the writer or editor of any work in extensive circulation, who, after due notice issued, should persevere in misusing a word.
    • 2011, Daniel E. Hall, Criminal Law and Procedure:
      The second formal method of charging someone with a crime is by information. Informations are filed by prosecutors without grand jury review.

Usage notesEdit

  • Most senses of the word “information” are uncountable. The legal sense, referring to court filings, is one that does form a plural.

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informations f

  1. plural of information

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informations

  1. indefinite genitive singular of information
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