ill-informed

ill-informed

adj
1. not having adequate information or knowledge about a situation or subject
2. resulting from inadequate knowledge about a situation or subject
Translations

ill-informed

[ˈɪlɪnˈfɔːmd] ADJ [judgment, criticism] → desinformado, inexacto; [person] → mal informado

ill-informed

adj personschlecht informiert or unterrichtet (about über); attack, criticism, speechwenig sachkundig

ill-informed

[ˌɪlɪnˈfɔːmd] adj (person) → male informato/a; (comment, criticism) → che rivela ignoranza
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It is astonishing that so simple a truth should ever have had an adversary; and it is one, among a multitude of proofs, how apt a spirit of ill-informed jealousy, or of too great abstraction and refinement, is to lead men astray from the plainest truths of reason and conviction.
As to mind, deplorably ignorant and ill-informed: incapable of writing or speaking correctly even German, her native tongue, a dunce in French, and her attempts at learning English a mere farce, yet she has been at school twelve years; but as she invariably gets her exercises, of every description, done by a fellow pupil, and reads her lessons off a book; concealed in her lap, it is not wonderful that her progress has been so snail-like.
Disregarding the anger in his stare, I pointed out that whether the journalist was well- or ill-informed, the concern of the friends of these ladies was with the effect the few lines of print in question had produced--the effect alone.
I say that he is ill-informed. I say that he has hastily accused your Majesty's Musketeers, toward whom he is unjust, and that he has not obtained his information from good sources."
Ill-bred and ill-informed, he had (on his own showing) fluked into fortune on a rise in land; yet cunning he possessed, as well as malice, and he chuckled till he choked over the misfortunes of less astute speculators in the same boom.
''The proposals are ill-informed and lacking in evidence to support the benefits claimed for them."
WITH regards to Ian Parri's ill-informed article about US aid in Haiti (Jan 29) he is, it seems, painfully ignorant of the actual reasons for that country's economic plight.
The show was accused of depicting OAPs and nursing homes in a "puerile and ill-informed way".
It comes after a survey of people who have spoken found they felt ill-informed about the process.
Let us end this ill-informed sniping and deal with the problem.
That's the kind of ill-informed xenophobia you'd hope he could rise above.
Sir - Your encouraging report (July 27) that sales of homeopathic remedies have increased is a sign that the public have not been influenced by the ill-informed campaign, featuring some doctors and surgeons, to dissuade health authorities from providing homeopathic services.