Definition of detailed in English:

detailed

adjective

  • 1Having many details or facts; showing attention to detail.

    ‘more detailed information was needed’
    • ‘We approached potential participants privately, gave them detailed information about the study if they were interested and eligible, and obtained informed consent.’
    • ‘An article would permit a detailed presentation of the facts and the citation of specific authority to support those facts.’
    • ‘Much more difficult for the North is to satisfy Japan's demand for detailed and reliable information on the fate of 10 other missing Japanese.’
    • ‘This endeavor is given more precise form by a detailed study of Johannes Klenlok's commentary on the Acts of the Apostles, from the middle of the fourteenth century.’
    • ‘These devices allow one to get detailed and accurate information about a pigeon's homeward track without the necessity of following it.’
    • ‘In this case study, detailed preplanning and precise action resulted in a positive surgical outcome for Mr V.’
    • ‘For the most part, the detailed studies of specific programmes conclude that voluntary programmes have been of very limited scope and effect.’
    • ‘For detailed and accurate information about Bradford trolley buses, I would recommend the several books by J S King.’
    • ‘The fact that the detailed BA prices were only obtained at the last minute has no sinister significance - that would have happened whatever the headline chosen.’
    • ‘However, the results of the paper show that the authors of similar studies should provide detailed information about sample sizes and error estimates.’
    • ‘To solve this problem, a combination of detailed structural information and accurate, time-resolved measurements are required.’
    • ‘For the third or final draft, the author should pay careful attention to detailed requirements presented in the journal's author guidelines.’
    • ‘The other significant challenge is ensuring the staff chaplain has current, accurate, and detailed information once deployed.’
    • ‘A new weather service, based at UW, promises more precise and more detailed information than anything that has been available so far.’
    • ‘In fact, they have a lot of detailed information available to them so why the nonsense?’
    • ‘Identification of the exact defect requires detailed biochemical studies, which are not available in most laboratories.’
    • ‘Accordingly, troop morale attracted the detailed attention of military and medical authorities.’
    • ‘The Germans had plans to invade and conquer Africa, and for this they needed detailed studies and information.’
    • ‘In a short review, it is hard to do justice to the detailed studies of specific writers and topics which are one the main strengths of this book.’
    • ‘The website administered an automated screening questionnaire and provided detailed information about the study and investigators.’
    comprehensive, full, complete, circumstantial, thorough, exhaustive, all-inclusive
    elaborate, minute, intricate
    explicit, specific, precise, exact, accurate, meticulous, painstaking
    itemized, particularized, particular, blow-by-blow
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    1. 1.1(of a work of art) executed with many minor decorative features.
      ‘an exquisitely detailed carving’
      • ‘In London there are examples of Hilliard's exquisitely detailed work in the Victoria and Albert Museum and National Portrait Gallery.’
      • ‘The bedrock of Cheticamp's craft industry is rug hooking, delicate and very detailed work done mostly by women in their own homes.’
      • ‘For starters, I would purchase a few flats of various sizes, a few small rounds for detailed work and a fan for blending.’
      • ‘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.’
      • ‘The detailed work we did in those classes was admirably complemented by the broader brushwork of Patrick Gardiner's lectures on German Idealism.’
      • ‘The plaintiff states that the deterioration in his eyesight prevents him from doing fine detailed work.’
      • ‘Akira has a well deserved reputation for being one of the most detailed works on animation ever and Otomo has easily surpassed his earlier work here.’
      • ‘While Disney turned out elegant, smooth, richly detailed work, Ub's stuff looked like high-school doodles.’
      • ‘Pastel Pencils are encased in wood, providing control for detailed work.’
      • ‘Carves out an existence by selling exquisitely detailed works of art.’
      • ‘Then, very detailed work costs much more than ‘low theme’ areas.’

Pronunciation:

detailed

/dəˈtāld//ˈdēˌtāld/