Learner's definition of INFORMATION
1 : knowledge that you get about someone or something : facts or details about a subject
They're working to collect/gather information about the early settlers in the region.
The pamphlet provides a lot of information on/about/concerning recent changes to the tax laws.
He gave the police false/misleading information about his background.
The conference will give us an opportunity to exchange/share information with other researchers.
We can't make a decision until we have more/further/additional information.
The tests have not yet uncovered any new information.
I don't like having to reveal personal/private information when I fill in a job application.
He's accused of withholding useful/valuable/vital information.
My information is [=I have been told, I understand] that he will be arriving early this evening.
We enclose a price list for your information. [=to provide you with information that we think will interest you]
◊ The phrase for your information is sometimes used informally in speech when responding to an annoying statement or question by someone who has accused or blamed you wrongly.
2 US : a service that telephone users can call to find out the telephone number for a specified person or organization : directory assistance