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informed decision/choice/judgment etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinformed decision/choice/judgment etcinformed decision/choice/judgment etcKNOW somethinga decision etc that is based on knowledge of a subject or situation Good information is essential if people are to make informed choices about services. informed
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informed decision/choice/judgment etcAnd now supermarkets throughout the country are helping the shopper to make more informed choices.As with a question of fact, the more informed judgement could be the mistaken one.The view is that a consent is not valid unless the patient has enough information to make an informed choice.Information is vital Good information is essential if people are to make informed choices about services.They provide young people with career exploration and counseling so they can make more informed decisions about their academic and occupational goals.Micky Burns from the players' union advises and assists on the options to help them make informed choices about their futures.This brochure empowers sufferers with knowledge to make informed decisions about their headache care.Who, we also want students to make well, informed decisions and that there are particular places like the 0.
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