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de·tailed

 (dĭ-tāld′, dē′tāld′)
adj.
Characterized by abundant use of detail or thoroughness of treatment: a detailed report on tax laws.

detailed

(ˈdiːteɪld)
adj
having many details or giving careful attention to details: a detailed list of the ingredients required.

de•tailed

(dɪˈteɪld, ˈdi teɪld)

adj.
1. thorough in the treatment of details: a detailed report.
2. having many details.
[1730–40]
de•tailed′ly, adv.
de•tailed′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.detailed - developed or executed with care and in minute detail; "a detailed plan"; "the elaborate register of the inhabitants prevented tax evasion"- John Buchan; "the carefully elaborated theme"
careful - exercising caution or showing care or attention; "they were careful when crossing the busy street"; "be careful to keep her shoes clean"; "did very careful research"; "careful art restorers"; "careful of the rights of others"; "careful about one's behavior"

detailed

detailed

adjective
Characterized by attention to detail:
Translations
podrobnýdetailní
detaljeret
täpne
yksityiskohtainen
detaljan
részletes
nákvæmur, tæmandi
詳細な
상세한
podroben
detaljrik
ซึ่งมีรายละเอียดมาก
tỉ mỉ

detailed

[ˈdiːteɪld] ADJ [information, report, description] → detallado, pormenorizado; [plan, map, instructions, knowledge, picture] → detallado; [examination, investigation] → minucioso, detenido; [history] → pormenorizado

detailed

[ˈdiːteɪld] adj [account] → détaillé(e)

detailed

adj information, description, discussion, instructionsausführlich; report, account, plan, proposalausführlich, detailliert; analysis, study, examinationeingehend; investigationeingehend, gründlich; knowledge, work, results, map, picturedetailliert; (= precise)genau; detailed accounts (Fin) → genau geführte Geschäftsbücher; they gave a more detailed account of what they had seensie beschrieben ausführlicher, was sie gesehen hatten; he demanded detailed accounts of her spendinger verlangte eine genaue Aufstellung ihrer Ausgaben; to have a detailed look at somethingetw genau untersuchen

detailed

[ˈdiːteɪld] adjdettagliato/a, particolareggiato/a

detail

(ˈdiːteil) , ((American also) diˈteil) noun
1. a small part or an item. She paid close attention to the small details.
2. all the small features and parts considered as a whole. Look at the amazing detail in this drawing!
ˈdetailed adjective
giving many details with nothing left out. His instructions were very detailed.
in detail
item by item, giving attention to the details. I'll tell you the story in detail.

detailed

مُفَصَّل podrobný detaljeret ausführlich λεπτομερής detallado yksityiskohtainen détaillé detaljan dettagliato 詳細な 상세한 gedetailleerd detaljert szczegółowy detalhado подробный detaljrik ซึ่งมีรายละเอียดมาก ayrıntılı tỉ mỉ 详细的
References in classic literature ?
I have just been going over the books, and I'll submit a detailed report later.
Then that success, which was already so well known, was officially announced; the favored band who were selected to guard the gates of the fort were detailed, and defiled before their chief; the signal of their approach was given, and all the usual preparations for a change of masters were ordered and executed directly under the guns of the contested works.
And though of all men the moody captain of the Pequod was the least given to that sort of shallowest assumption; and though the only homage he ever exacted, was implicit, instantaneous obedience; though he required no man to remove the shoes from his feet ere stepping upon the quarter-deck; and though there were times when, owing to peculiar circumstances connected with events hereafter to be detailed, he addressed them in unusual terms, whether of condescension or in terrorem, or otherwise; yet even Captain Ahab was by no means unobservant of the paramount forms and usages of the sea.
That whale of Stubb's so dearly purchased, was duly brought to the Pequod's side, where all those cutting and hoisting operations previously detailed, were regularly gone through, even to the baling of the Heidelburgh Tun, or Case.
Legree was serving brandy, profusely, round among them, as also among the negroes, who had been detailed from the various plantations for this service; for it was an object to make every service of this kind, among the negroes, as much of a holiday as possible.
I not only watched this tournament from day to day, but detailed an intelligent priest from my Department of Public Morals and Agriculture, and ordered him to report it; for it was my purpose by and by, when I should have gotten the people along far enough, to start a newspaper.
He laughed at the idea, and went rambling on with a detailed account of his talk with the judge, and how shocked and ashamed the judge was to find that he had a coward in his family.
Elton, from the particulars detailed by her husband, thought it all extremely shabby, and very inferior to her own.
Your instructions on both these points you will find detailed in the next paragraph.
We had a very serious conversation in Buckingham Street that night, about the domestic occurrences I have detailed in the last chapter.
In point of justice, therefore, to the multitudes who will, I trust, devour this book with avidity, I have so far explained our ancient manners in modern language, and so far detailed the characters and sentiments of my persons, that the modern reader will not find himself, I should hope, much trammelled by the repulsive dryness of mere antiquity.
On the other hand, I reflect that he related and told the story with all the circumstances detailed, and that he could not in so short a space have fabricated such a vast complication of absurdities; if, then, this adventure seems apocryphal, it is no fault of mine; and so, without affirming its falsehood or its truth, I write it down.