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detailed

Syllabification: de·tailed
Pronunciation: /dəˈtāld
 
, ˈdēˌtāld
 
/

Definition of detailed in English:

adjective

1Having many details or facts; showing attention to detail: more detailed information was needed
More example sentences
  • However, the results of the paper show that the authors of similar studies should provide detailed information about sample sizes and error estimates.
  • The Germans had plans to invade and conquer Africa, and for this they needed detailed studies and information.
  • We approached potential participants privately, gave them detailed information about the study if they were interested and eligible, and obtained informed consent.
Synonyms
elaborate, minute, intricate;
explicit, specific, precise, exact, accurate, meticulous, painstaking;
itemized, blow-by-blow
1.1(Of a work of art) executed with many minor decorative features: an exquisitely detailed carving
More example sentences
  • Oddly out of place, these slightly kitchy slightly ahead of their time, super detailed works done for hire stand out against the sloppiness in many other galleries.
  • While Disney turned out elegant, smooth, richly detailed work, Ub's stuff looked like high-school doodles.
  • The bedrock of Cheticamp's craft industry is rug hooking, delicate and very detailed work done mostly by women in their own homes.

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