Declare and Inform


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.


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.

Common collocations

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