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detail /ˈdiːteɪl $ dɪˈteɪl/ noun

جزئی از اثر (هنری) ، بیگاری گرفتن ، بیگاری ، شرح مفصل یکان بقیه یکان ، شرح کامل ، جزء ، جزئیات ، تفاصیل ، اقلام ریز ، حساب ریز ، بتفصیل شرح دادن ، بتفصیل گفتن ، بکار ویژه ای گماردن ، ماموریت دادن ، کامپیوتر: جزئیات ، معماری: ریزه کاری ، علوم نظامی: مشروح شرح جزئیات
الکترونیک: جزییات ، کامپیوتر: جزیی از اثر ، هنری : ، ریزه کاری ، معماری: بیگاری گرفتن ، بیگاری ، شرح مفصل یکان بقیه یکان ، شرح کامل ، مشروح شرح جزییات ، علوم نظامی: جزی، تفصیل ، جزییات ، تفاصیل ، اقلام ریز، حساب ریز، شرح دادن ، بتفصیل شرح دادن ، بتفصیل گفتن ، بکار ویژه ای گماردن ، ماموریت دادن کامپیوتر: جزییات

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- point, aspect, component, element, fact, factor, feature, particular, respect
- fine point, nicety, particular, triviality
- party, assignment, body, detachment, duty, fatigue, force, squad
- list, catalogue, enumerate, itemize, recite, recount, rehearse, relate, tabulate
- appoint, allocate, assign, charge, commission, delegate, send
Contrasted words: anatomy, framework, skeleton, structure, bulk, mass, design, plan

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. detail1 S2 W1 /ˈdiːteɪl $ dɪˈteɪl/ noun
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French; Origin: détail, from Old French detail 'piece cut off', from taillier 'to cut']

1. [countable] a single feature, fact, or piece of information about something
detail of
She told me every detail of her trip.
down to the smallest/last detail (=completely)
Todd had planned the journey down to the smallest detail.

2. [uncountable] all the separate features and pieces of information about something
in detail
He described the process in detail (=using a lot of details).
This issue will be discussed in more detail in Chapter 5.
McDougal was reluctant to go into detail (=give a lot of details) about the new deal.
Editing requires great attention to detail.
the fine detail of the plan
have an eye for detail (=be skilled at noticing details)
Photographers need to have an eye for detail.

3. details [plural] information that helps to complete what you know about something
details of
Full details of the incident were recently revealed.
details about
She refused to give any details about what had happened.
Details of the course can be found on our website.
further/more details
For further details, contact the personnel department.

4. [singular, uncountable] technical a specific duty in the army, or the person or group with that duty:
the security detail

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. detail2 verb [transitive]

1. to list things or give all the facts or information about something:
The report details the progress we have made over the last year.

2. detail somebody to (do) something to officially order someone, especially soldiers, to do a particular job:
Four soldiers were detailed to guard duty.

3. American English to clean a car very thoroughly, inside and out Synonym : valet British English

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. little, minor, minute, small, tiny It is important to get even the small details right.
considerable, fine, great, meticulous Now let us examine this idea in greater detail. Every new animal or plant found was recorded in meticulous detail.
exact, precise I don't need to know the precise details of your quarrel.
colourful, vivid | graphic, sordid I can still remember the accident in graphic detail.
intimate The diary contains intimate details of their life together.
complete, full We'll give you full details of how to enter our competition later.
bare, brief, sketchy ~s He only managed to give the police a few sketchy details of the robbery.
essential I only know the barest details of his plans.
practical I haven't sorted out the practical details of getting there yet.
complex, intricate | final Everyone must approve the basic plan before the final details are drawn up.
concrete Can you give me some concrete details of how you've been saving money?
factual, historical, technical
QUANT. point I must correct some points of detail in your article on Barcelona.
wealth The book provides a wealth of detail on daily life in Ancient Rome.
level Ensure that your diagrams contain the appropriate level of detail.
VERB + DETAIL give, go into, provide, send, supply Briefly describe the product, but do not give any technical details at this stage. I don't want to go into any more detail than absolutely necessary.
lay out, lay sth out in, set out, set sth out in, spell out, spell sth out in Details of the pension plan are set out below. The rules are set out in detail in chapter seven.
establish, finalize, work out, work sth out in We haven't yet worked out the the case.
show The receipt shows details of the item purchased.
disclose, pass on, release ~s The city council refused to disclose details of the proposed traffic ban.
find out ~s You can find o
enter ~s Enter your details in the form below then click on ‘submit’.
take ~s The secretary took my details and said they would get back to me.
check Make sure you check the details of the policy before you sign it.
record The computer records the details of everyone entering the country.
be lacking in, lack The speech was well delivered but lacking in detail.
PREP. for ~s For details contact Joanna Morland.
in ~ I haven't looked at the proposal in detail yet.
over a/the ~ They're still arguing over the details of the contract.
~ about I won't go into detail about the threats she made.
~ on For more detail on how to obtain a visa, see page 8.
PHRASES attention to detail The secret of their success lies in their attention to detail.
down to the last detail an expedition planned down to the last detail
every last detail She remembered every last detail of what I'd told her the month before.
an eye for detail He has an excellent eye for detail.
full of detail Her short stories are full of detail and humour.
a lack of detail The report was criticized for its lack of detail. travel details.
discuss, negotiate We still need to negotiate the details of the contract.
fill sb in on I'll give you a call later and fill you in on the details.
spare sb (informal) ‘We had a terrible time?’ ‘Oh, spare me the details (= don't tell me any more).’
contain, have Tomorrow's papers will contain full details of

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


go into detail (=give a lot of details)
He refused to go into detail about what they had said at the meeting.
describe/explain something in detail
The doctor spent time describing the treatment in detail to me.
discuss something in detail
His report discusses the problem in detail.
examine/consider/study something in detail
He asked his lawyer to examine the contract in detail.
be set out in detail (=be written down and described in detail)
The changes to the system are set out in detail in the next paragraph.
plan/work something out in detail
I haven't worked our trip out in detail yet.
great/considerable detail
The subject has already been studied in great detail.
enough/sufficient detail
The party was criticized for not giving sufficient detail about their proposed tax changes.
little detail (=not much detail)
Maps of the area showed little detail.
fine/minute/precise detail (=very exact detail)
We've been through all the arrangements for the wedding in minute detail.
meticulous detail (=very careful detail)
His books describe the mountains and their paths in meticulous detail.
graphic detail (=a lot of very clear and often unpleasant detail)
I didn't like the graphic detail of the violence in the film.
vivid detail (=in such a way that they seem real)
The three characters in the novel are described with vivid detail.
attention to detail (=care that all the small features of something are correct or nice)
I was impressed by the hotel's attention to detail.
an eye for detail (=skill at noticing all the small features)
He's a brilliant photographer with a fantastic eye for detail.
ask for details
I went into the bank to ask for details about their student account.
send (off) for details (=write asking for information)
Why don't you send for details of the course?
send your details (=send your name and address to someone in the post)
For a free sample, send your details to us on a postcard.
give details
Our price list gives details of special offers.
provide/supply details
Hotels that join the scheme provide details of their accommodation and facilities.
confirm the details (=make sure that they are correct)
Could you confirm the details of your reservation in writing?
disclose/reveal/release details (=make secret information public)
The company has refused to reveal any technical details until next month.
announce/publish details
Further details of the band's tour will be announced later.
further/more details
Check our website for more details.
full details
The police have not yet disclosed the full details of the case.
precise/exact details
Precise details of the evidence presented at that meeting have not yet been revealed.
gory details (=full details about an unpleasant or interesting event – often used humorously)
She wanted to hear all the gory details about Tina's date with Nigel.
personal details (=your name, address and other information about you)
Please make sure that all your personal details are correct.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: With a zoom lens, I can study the image in details.
GOOD: With a zoom lens, I can study the image in detail.

Usage Note:
in (great/more/some) detail (WITHOUT -s ): 'The victim was able to describe her attacker in detail.' 'Having actually stayed at the hotel, he was able to describe it in greater detail.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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