Meaning of “detailed” in the English Dictionary

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"detailed" in British English

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uk /ˈdiː.teɪld/ us /dɪˈteɪld/

B2 giving a lot of information with many details:

A witness gave a detailed description of the man.

More examples

  • The grammar guide falls between two stools - it's too difficult for a beginner but not detailed enough for an advanced student.
  • The programme will take a detailed and provocative look at the problem of homelessness.
  • Their argument won't stand up to detailed criticism.
  • He kept a detailed account of the suspect's movements.
  • She has given the police a very detailed description of the robber.

(Definition of “detailed” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)