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well-informed (comparative better-informed or more well-informed, superlative best-informed or most well-informed)

  1. Furnished with sufficient, correct knowledge.
    • 1961 February, R. K. Evans, “The role of research on British Railways”, in Trains Illustrated, page 92:
      Second, a railway research department represents a qualified and specialised consultancy service, to provide the basis for well-informed high-level decisions regarding new designs or possible lines of development.
    • 2022 March 9, Ben Jones, “RAIL Supplement: Return Ticket”, in RAIL, number 952, page 28 (supplement):
      This is especially important when things are not going to plan - well-informed passengers tend to react better to delays and disruption.