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new approaches which inform modern teaching

  • 1 inform

    [ɪn'fɔːm]
    гл.
    1) сообщать, информировать, уведомлять

    He informed us about his arrival. — Он уведомил нас о своём приезде.

    The director complained that he had not been informed of the committee's decision. — Директор пожаловался, что его не известили о решении комитета.

    - keep informed of smth.
    2) (inform against / on) доносить (на кого-л.)

    The prisoner hoped to gain his own freedom by informing on his companions in the robbery. — Заключённый надеялся получить свободу, донеся на соучастников ограбления.

    3) наполнять (чувством, смыслом); оживлять, воодушевлять

    new approaches which inform modern teaching — новые подходы, оживляющие современную систему обучения

    Syn:

    Англо-русский современный словарь > inform

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