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a detail: a point, a fact, a small piece of specific information

to detail, to go into the details: to list, to describe, to catalogue; to discuss finer points, particulars
I don't want to go into the details, I'll just say that I am annoyed about something.

in more detail: more comprehensively, more completely, with closer attention


  • "Details about the event in which you will be competing are included on the next page."
  • "I'll let him fill you in on the details."
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  • "In this case, they want your credit card details so that they can buy things using your PlasterCard!"
  • "Here are the details"
  • "I'm typing a press release, but all the details about the product are in a separate file."
  • "Go and get more details from Polly, she also has a pair of safety glasses and a white coat."
  • "From next year, sugary, fatty, and salty foods will carry more than just a red flag with nutrition details."
  • "Though the details of Stink's gruesome murder are still hazy, I'm sure that you understand my deep and pervasive hatred for you, and by extension, all things British."

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