Informal [adjective]

Definition of Informal:

casual, simple

Opposite/Antonyms of Informal:

Sentence/Example of Informal:

SafeBoda has made a name for itself as a hassle-free alternative to the informal motorcycle taxis.

The Sundance rabbit hole was no less real for being streamed instead of screened, as my informal tally of 24 films over six days suggested.

Last year Woods and the chief executive of Chevron, Mike Wirth, had informal talks about a merger, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Both surprises were the result of an informal alliance between left-wing activists and business titans.

In the meantime, Stephanie has been part of the informal economy in Columbia, working as a babysitter and cleaning houses.

The informal presentation complements Martin’s style, which is visceral and improvisational.

One of them had an informal “dinner” with him and other students over a video link.

I’ve come to believe that meaningful collaboration is far more about the free-flowing, back-and-forth exchange of ideas, the informal discussions, and the unplanned gatherings than being able to speak to each other online.

For instance, the typical desk layout of lines of desks and pods that currently dominate floor space can be redesigned informal casual breakout spaces designed for time.

He wields more power in an informal way than virtually all the elected officials, if you look at the impact he’s had.