Yahoo Dictionary Web Search

  1. de·tail
    IPA[dəˈtāl]
  2. noun

    verb

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: detail, plural noun: details

    • v.: verb: detail, 3rd person present: details, gerund or present participle: detailing, past tense: detailed, past participle: detailed

    • noun

      an individual fact or item:

      a less significant item or fact:

    • verb

      give full information about:

      assign (someone) to undertake a particular task:

    • adjective

      having many details or facts; showing attention to detail:

      (of a work of art) executed with many minor decorative features:

    • adjective

      having many details or facts; showing attention to detail:

      (of a work of art) executed with many minor decorative features:

    • as regards every feature or aspect; fully
    • as regards every feature or aspect; fully
    • give a full account of something
    • give a full account of something
    • showing care for and attention to every feature or aspect, no matter how small or insignificant
    • showing care for and attention to every feature or aspect, no matter how small or insignificant
  1. 1215 results