detailed

[ dih-teyld, dee-teyld ]
/ dɪˈteɪld, ˈdi teɪld /

adjective

having many details: a detailed problem.
thorough in the treatment of details; minute: a detailed report.

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Origin of detailed

First recorded in 1730–40; detail + -ed2

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Definition for detailed (2 of 2)

detail
[ noun dih-teyl, dee-teyl; verb dih-teyl or for 13, dee-teyl ]
/ noun dɪˈteɪl, ˈdi teɪl; verb dɪˈteɪl or for 13, ˈdi teɪl /

noun

verb (used with object)

Origin of detail

1595–1605; < French détail, Old French, noun derivative of detailler ‘to cut in pieces’, equivalent to de- dis-1 + tailler ‘to cut’ < Vulgar Latin *taliāre; see tailor1

OTHER WORDS FROM detail

pre·de·tail, verb (used with object)
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British Dictionary definitions for detailed (1 of 2)

detailed
/ (ˈdiːteɪld) /

adjective

having many details or giving careful attention to detailsa detailed list of the ingredients required

British Dictionary definitions for detailed (2 of 2)

detail
/ (ˈdiːteɪl) /

noun

verb (tr)

Word Origin for detail

C17: from French détail, from Old French detailler to cut in pieces, from de- dis- 1 + tailler to cut; see tailor
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Idioms and Phrases with detailed

detail

see in detail.

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