Declare and Inform


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Declare verb – To make known openly or publicly.
Usage example: she chose to declare her presidential aspirations at her college alma mater

Inform and declare are semantically related in communicate topic. In some cases you can use "Inform" instead a verb "Declare", when it comes to topics like make known, make known clearly or officially.
Nearby Words: declaration, declared, declaring, declarable, declarer
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Inform verb – To give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities.
Declare and inform are semantically related in communicate topic. Sometimes you can use "Declare" instead a verb "Inform", if it concerns topics such as make known.
Nearby Words: information, informal, informed, informer, informative
Synonyms for Inform

Common collocations

person declare person inform person
people declare people inform people
series declare series inform series
king declare king inform king
Other nouns: emperor, anyone, player, enemy, everyone, son.
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