Apprise (verb)

Inform (someone) of something, typically in a formal or official manner.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from french appris "informed", past participle of apprendre "learn".

Examples:

  1. I was apprised of the situation by my supervisor.
  2. He was apprised of the potential risks before signing the contract.
  3. The committee was apprised of the progress made on the project.
  4. She was apprised of the changes to the schedule.
  5. The CEO apprised the shareholders of the company's financial performance.
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