Definition of clued-in in English:



  • Well-informed about a particular subject.

    • ‘I'm not too clued-in on turtles' habits’
    • ‘He had met a lot of girls but never one so clued-in and so switched-on.’
    • ‘Believe me when I say that as little as three or four years ago, I was very clued-up about national and international news each day.’
    • ‘She said she was a clued-up woman but had been spending too much time working on international relations.’
    • ‘It's very cool: well-written, energising and clued-up.’
    • ‘A very clued-up friend of mine had this thought.’
    • ‘Most significantly, the audience for these spaces grows outside of the practitioner networks, attracting clued-up members of the wider artistic community.’
    • ‘A poolside bar sells rather pricey refreshments but clued-up families were free to enjoy the packed lunches they had prepared before leaving their lodges.’
    • ‘Today's clued-up celebrities are recording their views in intimate personal diaries and making them available, within hours, to the rest of us.’
    • ‘Of course, with all of you being such clued-up, media-savvy people, you don't need me to tell you the huge significance of today's date.’
    • ‘We rarely wake up before 4pm, so we're not too clued-up about breakfast television.’
    • ‘They should be as clued-up about their current position as possible, know the kind of course they are aiming for and be prepared to sell themselves.’
    • ‘‘Give peace a chance’ is the theme to expect from clued-up advertisers in coming weeks.’
    • ‘He is one of the smartest and most clued-up bloggers out there.’
    • ‘I've dealt with a lot of helpdesk operators in my time, but never has first-level support been so clued-up and helpful.’
    • ‘She comes across as clued-up and self aware, and in her work she is beginning to fulfil her immense potential as a musician and composer.’
    • ‘The next generation is likely to be the most environmentally clued-up of all and I aim to make sure that my daughter is one of them.’
    • ‘I haven't heard anything by her, but from what clued-in friends have told me it sounds like her music would be right up my street.’
    • ‘This week, do whatever it takes to throw your clued-in companions off the scent.’
    • ‘This movie is clearly put together by clever, clued-in people.’
    • ‘Because so many have done part-time work in addition to work placement, they're very clued-in and have a far more in-depth knowledge of the work environment and work-related disciplines.’
    knowledgeable, enlightened, illuminated, literate, well informed, well educated, educated, schooled, instructed



/ˌklo͞odˈin/ /ˌkludˈɪn/