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1an individual feature, fact, or item:we shall consider every detail of the bill her meticulous attention to detail a minor or less significant item or feature:he didn’t want them to get sidetracked on a detail of policy a minor decorative feature of a building or work of art:a detail on Charlemagne’s tomb the style or treatment of minor decorative features:the classical French detail of the building’s facade a small part of a picture or other work of art reproduced separately for close study:detail of right eye showing marks on the lids
) British itemized facts or information about someone; personal particulars:the official asked for my father’s details
2a small detachment of troops or police officers given a special duty:the candidate’s security detail [often with modifier] a special duty assigned to a detachment of troops or police officers.
verb [with object]
1describe item by item; give the full particulars of:the report details the environmental and health costs of the car 2 [with object and infinitive] assign (someone) to undertake a particular task:the ships were detailed to keep watch 3US clean (a motor vehicle) intensively and minutely:the Buick dealer gave him a job washing and detailing cars