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adjective de·tailed \di-ˈtāld, ˈdē-ˌtāld\

: including many details : including a lot information

Full Definition of DETAILED

:  marked by abundant detail or by thoroughness in treating small items or parts <the detailed study of history>
de·tailed·ly \di-ˈtāld-lē, -ˈtā-ləd-, ˈdē-ˌ\ adverb
de·tailed·ness \di-ˈtā-ləd-nəs, -ˈtāld-, ˈdē-ˌ\ noun
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Examples of DETAILED

  1. We need a more detailed comparison of the available options.
  2. He gave us very detailed instructions.

First Known Use of DETAILED

1740

Synonym Discussion of DETAILED

circumstantial, minute, particular, detailed mean dealing with a matter fully and usually point by point. circumstantial implies fullness of detail that fixes something described in time and space <a circumstantial account of our visit>. minute implies close and searching attention to the smallest details <a minute examination of a fossil>. particular implies a precise attention to every detail <a particular description of the scene of the crime>. detailed stresses abundance or completeness of detail <a detailed analysis of the event>.
DETAILEDNESS Defined for Kids

detailed

adjective de·tailed \di-ˈtāld, ˈdē-ˌtāld\

Definition of DETAILED for Kids

:  including many small items or parts <a detailed report>

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