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Spanish translation of “detail”

detail

noun /ˈdiːteil, (American also) diˈteil/
a small part or an item
detalle, pormenor
She paid close attention to the small details.
all the small features and parts considered as a whole
detalle
Look at the amazing detail in this drawing!
detailed adjective giving many details with nothing left out
detallado, minucioso, pormenorizado
His instructions were very detailed.
in detail item by item, giving attention to the details
en detalle
I’ll tell you the story in detail.
(Definition of detail from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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