[in-fawr-muh-tiv] /ɪnˈfɔr mə tɪv/

giving ; instructive:
an informative book.
providing information; instructive

“instructive,” late 14c., “formative, shaping, plastic,” from Medieval Latin informativus, from Latin informatus, past participle of informare (see inform). Related: Informatively.


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