informed adj.

VERBS be | keep | keep sb

ADV. closely, well The kids are much better informed than I was at their age. | fully, properly Consumers must be fully informed of the services available. | adequately, reasonably I offer my observations as those of an interested and reasonably informed member of the general public. | badly, ill, poorly | reliably I am reliably informed that there are plans to close this school. | politically a politically informed public | theoretically theoretically informed research

PREP. about They were poorly informed about their rights. | of We will keep you informed of any developments. | on Keep me informed on progress.