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Detail

Meanings and phrases

detail

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n.
  1. an isolated fact that is considered separately from the whole; item; point
  2. a small part that can be considered separately from the whole; particular; item
  3. extended treatment of particulars
  4. a crew of workers selected for a particular task
  5. a temporary military unit; contingent

detail

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v.
  1. provide details for
  2. assign to a specific task

detail file

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n.
  1. (computer science) a computer file containing relatively transient data about a particular data processing task; transaction file

in detail

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adv.
  1. thoroughly (including all important particulars)

more detail

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E.g.
  • These examples are described in more detail below.
  • Please refer to individual articles for more detail.
  • (See John Lavington Bonython#Family for more detail.)

attention to detail

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E.g.
  • Paying attention to detail can reward a philatelic sleuth.
  • His attention to detail was meticulous.
  • The landscape shows great attention to detail in the modeling of nature.

great detail

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  • The sector has been surveyed, but not in great detail.
  • I don't do sex scenes in any great detail.
  • The chronicle of Rasted describes his victory in great detail.

described in detail

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E.g.
  • Everyday housework is described in detail.
  • In the submitted document, the system is described in detail.
  • It was described in detail by the contemporary poet Sebastian Brant.

greater detail

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  • I also explore the world of the Ravensbundmen in much greater detail.
  • He spoke of the "void" in greater detail in volume 5 of the "Matalib".
  • Each frame has greater detail.

every detail

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  • ... Chevron ... is Knole in every detail ... .
  • Its findings confirmed Casement's report in every detail.
  • The press described it at its first showing as "in every detail thoroughly up-to-date.

level of detail

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  • He had particular praise for the sound effects' level of detail.
  • This is sometimes a level of detail and discipline absent from the organisation.
  • Notwithstanding that, the level of detail speaks to authentic recall rather than confabulation.

security detail

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  • Pruitt's security detail accompanied the family to the game.
  • Meanwhile, Gant executes the only survivor of Michael's security detail.
  • Shamron decides that Gabriel should spend the next year as Anna's security detail.

further detail

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E.g.
  • (For further detail of training undertaken see RAF Sutton Bridge).
  • The associated mechanisms are explained in further detail down below.
  • One record shows that he died before 1879 but there is no further detail.

detail how

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  • This section explains in detail how Schönhage–Strassen is implemented.
  • They describe Bhadu and tell in loving detail how they will be entertained.
  • "; and 14, "American Scottish", detail how a font can make somebody or something look.

much detail

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  • Not much detail is known about Bhimsen Thapa's early life.
  • Mother Borgia wanted the exterior to have as much detail as the interior of the building.
  • The journal relates with much detail and candour his frequent and casual use of prostitutes.

fine detail

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  • Vellum is extremely smooth and suitable for very fine detail.
  • On the other hand, it is hard to achieve fine detail with the relief technique.
  • Although large model work continues, fine detail analysis dominates agency and consultant work in the US.

discussed in detail

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  • In the main building the history of the French Huguenots is discussed in detail.
  • They discussed in detail on the antiquity of the Malankara Church and Malankara Nasranis.
  • One of mechanical method for the fabrication of hydrogel tip will be discussed in detail.

studied in detail

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  • The life cycle of "E. elaphi" has not been studied in detail.
  • The life cycle of "E. sagitta" has not been studied in detail.
  • This is also known as a β-expansion, a notion introduced by and first studied in detail by .

detail below

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E.g.
  • These examples are described in more detail below.
  • Each of these is covered in more detail below.
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who is addressed in more detail below.

describes in detail

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  • His book "Nigamasara" (1673) describes in detail the "Vargavi Varuni Vidya" (Vedanta).
  • Burns also describes in detail Valerie Solanas' near-fatal shooting of Warhol in 1968.
  • Livy describes in detail the humiliation of the Romans, which serves to underline the wisdom of Herennius's advice.
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