Meaning of informationally in English:



See informational

‘Every known mutation has either decreased information content or was informationally neutral.’
  • ‘The problem is that the informationally deprived won't necessarily believe the lies the leaders in the capital city want them to accept.’
  • ‘In effect, there's no need to think of the world as an informationally open system.’
  • ‘You'll probably get a great deal both socially and informationally from a local bipolar self-help group.’
  • ‘When an informationally inept population must compete with one that is informationally adept, the deficient state or region always loses.’