[dih-teyld, dee-teyld]


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

Origin of detailed

First recorded in 1730–40; detail + -ed2
Related formsde·tailed·ly [dih-teyld-lee, -tey-lid-] /dɪˈteɪld li, -ˈteɪ lɪd-/, adverbde·tailed·ness, nounnon·de·tailed, adjectiveo·ver·de·tailed, adjectiveun·de·tailed, adjective

Synonyms for detailed

1. involved, complex, complicated. 2. itemized, particularized; exhaustive, thorough, comprehensive. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for undetailed

Historical Examples of undetailed

  • An undetailed head with dishevelled hair thrust out from a blanket, and a sleepy voice said: "Shut up, Haines, and go home."

    The Little Regiment

    Stephen Crane

British Dictionary definitions for undetailed



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