Translation of detail in Spanish:
- 1 countable 1.1 (particular) identical in every detailhe asked for further detailsidéntico hasta en el más mínimo detallepidió más información or información más detalladaExample sentences1.2 (embellishment)
- Detectives established addresses and other details and passed the information to British authorities.
- Several have been swiped recently by crooks hoping to glean banking details and personal information.
- Some of the papers contained highly sensitive details of informers and information supplied to Special Branch.
Example sentences1.3 (insignificant matter) 1.4 (Art)
- But Gluck says his favorite feature is the decorative detail along the top rim of the building.
- Georgian homes are similar to Colonials, but feature richer details and ornamentation.
- The work featured medium shapes, smaller shapes and finally, decorative details.
- Melville House was Fife's first mansion styled symmetrically with classical detail.
- Its monumental scale, classical detail and rational, ordered planning were hallmarks of the style.
- On the other hand, the depth and detail of the featurettes would complement a minor masterpiece.
- Community art initiatives in South Africa tend to always follow the cliché of painting murals or producing mosaic details.
- Update I'm adding larger images of details of the pictures.
- The catalog entries on icons are richly illustrated, including details of the larger panels.
- 2 uncountable (minutiae)he has an eye for detaildetalles (masculine plural)there's no need to go into detailes muy detallista or minucioso or meticulosohe went into great detailno es necesario entrar en detalles or pormenoresto describe/explain something in detaillo contó con todos los detalles or pormenoreslo contó con lujo de detalles or [colloquial] con pelos y señalesdescribir/explicar algo detalladamente or minuciosamenteExample sentences
- Not only are the small details now significantly more vivid, but the overall levels have been adjusted as well.
- Evidently about what it is to that reporter's editor - a detail too minor to warrant correction.
- In a piece written for the New York Review of Books, James Fenton pulls Bizot up for a couple of factual mistakes, but these seem to me to be minor details.
- 3 (Military) 3.1 countable (group) 3.2 uncountable (duty) See examples:to be on cleanup/latrine detailestar en la cuadrilla de aseo/letrinasExample sentences
- They are the rights and duties of daily duty detail, inspection commissions, etc.
- I'm not going to stick you on dish detail or cleaning toilets.
- Some troops are on cleanup detail in parts of New Orleans the flood never touched.
- In that same year, he joined the Army MI Branch with a detail to the Infantry.
- He was hurriedly escorted from the area by his security detail and Israeli police.
- Troops should eat, play, train and even pull support details as squads, platoons and companies.
- 1 (describe)(plan/similarities)exponer en detalleExample sentences
- The files hold thousands of papers which detail information such as full names, National Insurance numbers, salaries, family contact details and job descriptions.
- The needs of the school are vast and due to space restraints this reporter could not detail the full list of over-crowding issues.
- This report is intended to detail the preliminary fieldwork information found during the excavation of Agaparthea.
- 2 (Military) to detail somebody to +
infinitiveto detail somebodydestacar a alguien aor para+ infinitive for/ tosomethingthey were detailed for guard dutyhe was detailed to another unitfueron destacados para hacer la guardialo destacaron or destinaron a otra unidadExample sentences
- The regimental commander could detail additional soldiers if necessary.
- That part of his evidence can never go because otherwise there is no explanation for why he detailed this person.
- Another method of capturing data that has been used successfully in the past is to detail a Soldier to go around with a tabbed folder to unit members.
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