Origin of informativeMedieval Latin informativus from Classical Latin informatus, past participle of informare: see inform
A businessman gives an informative lecture.
The definition of informative is something that contains useful, helpful or relevant information or details.
A lecture in which you learn a lot is an example of an informative lecture.
Serving to inform; providing or disclosing information; instructive.
(comparative more informative, superlative most informative)
- The educational lecture was informative and worth the trip.
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