Definition of undetailed in English:

undetailed

adjective

  • Lacking in detail; broad and general.

    ‘the discussion was brief and undetailed’
    • ‘In some ways, publishing them in book form highlights the fact that they suffer from the limitations of genre: they are quick and provocative, but often too fleet and too thin, undetailed.’
    • ‘The concept was explained very generally and a simple, very undetailed, exercise was given to begin understanding the most basic expression of the concept.’
    • ‘It is surprisingly detailed in terms of its literary assessment of Ulysses yet remarkably undetailed in terms of legal support for his decision in favor of Random House.’
    • ‘There were isolated and undetailed allegations of physical torture.’
    • ‘With such undetailed, unprogrammed agendas it is really hard to figure out what real demands the people who voted for them have, except for better lives.’
    • ‘They stand out in low relief from an undetailed background.’
    broad, imprecise, inexact, rough, sweeping, overall, loose, basic, approximate, non-specific, unspecific, vague, hazy, fuzzy, woolly, ill-defined, indefinite, unfocused
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Pronunciation

undetailed

/ʌnˈdiːteɪld/