Synonyms of information
facts • They refused to give us any information about her.
material • In my version of the story, I added some new material.
news • They still haven't had any news about the survivors.
report • There were no reports of casualties.
word • There is no word from the authorities on the reported attack.
message • Would you like to leave a message?
notice • Unions are requested to give seven days' notice of industrial action.
advice • Most have now left the country on the advice of their governments.
knowledge • She disclaims any knowledge of her husband's business concerns.
data • The survey was based on data from 2,100 patients.
intelligence • a senior officer involved in gathering intelligence
counsel • He had always been able to count on her wise counsel.
the score (informal)
gen (British, informal)
dope (informal) • They had plenty of dope on him.
drum (Australian, informal)
heads up (US, Canadian)
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adviceIf you give someone advice, you tell them what you think they should do in a particular situation.
• Most have now left the country on the advice of their governments.
counselCounsel is advice.
• He had always been able to count on her wise counsel.
dataYou can refer to information as data, especially when it is in the form of facts or statistics that you can analyse. In American English, data is usually a plural noun. In technical or formal British English, data is sometimes a plural noun, but at other times, it is an uncount noun.
• The survey was based on data from 2,100 patients.
Thesaurus for information from the Collins English Thesaurus
knowledge acquired through experience or study