Meaning of DETAIL in English

DETAIL

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a careful/detailed inspection

The architect has now made his detailed inspection of the building.

a detailed account

She gave me a detailed account of what happened at the meeting.

a detailed assessment

We need a detailed assessment of what this will cost.

a detailed calculation

Your report must be supported by detailed calculations.

a detailed comparison

Students had to write a detailed comparison of the two texts.

a detailed diary

For years she had kept a detailed diary.

a detailed drawing

He made detailed drawings of animals and flowers.

a detailed examination

Scientists have carried out a detailed examination of the house.

a detailed forecast

A detailed forecast of the industry’s prospects has just been published.

a detailed overview (= with a lot of information )

a detailed overview of current legislation on gun control

a detailed picture

We now have a detailed picture of the bird’s habits.

a detailed proposal

They drew up a detailed proposal and submitted it to the Department of Energy.

a detailed record

Edwardian travellers left detailed records of their journeys.

a detailed study ( also an in-depth study )

They carried out a detailed study into the effects of the disease on mice.

a detailed survey

The author carried out a detailed survey of 32 organizations in Japan and Korea.

a detailed/in-depth analysis

a detailed analysis of the firm’s earnings

a full/detailed report

A full report will be prepared for the next committee meeting.

a sharp eye for detail (= the ability to notice and deal with details )

ask for details

Please ask for details of the full range of tickets available.

card details (= the information that is on a card )

Hackers stole hundreds of people's card details.

close/careful/detailed observation

A lot of useful knowledge is gained by careful observation of the world around you.

detailed advice

The website gives detailed advice about making bombs.

detailed consideration

Each of these matters requires detailed consideration.

detailed information

More detailed information is available free on request.

detailed knowledge

You need to have a detailed knowledge of criminal law.

detailed notes

I always make quite detailed notes after important meetings.

detailed scrutiny

MPs on these committees subject Government bills to detailed scrutiny.

detailed

Some of his descriptions of the island are very detailed.

detailed

The generals drew up detailed plans for the invasion.

detailed

There are detailed instructions on the back of the box.

detailed

a detailed map of the city

Details...sketchy

Details of the accident are still sketchy .

discuss the details

Let’s get together soon to discuss the details of the trip.

divulge information/secrets/details etc (to sb)

It is not company policy to divulge personal details of employees.

full details

Lotus will not reveal full details until the Motor Show.

further details/information etc

Visit our website for further details.

go into details

I don’t want to go into details now.

I forget the name/details etc

I forget the name of the street, but it’s the first on the left.

in graphic detail

His illness is described in graphic detail .

in minute detail

He explained the plan in minute detail .

intimate details

the publication of intimate details of their affair

personal details

Fill in your personal details.

specific/detailed recommendations

We made a large number of specific recommendations for improving women’s mental health.

telling comment/example/detail etc

the exact details (= details that are correct in every way )

Nobody knows the exact details of what happened.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

fine

The species is beautifully preserved, retaining something of its original lustre, and all the fine details of its ornament.

These are only rough paraphrases, and we leave the finer details to the brave reader.

Hannah recalls the people, the personalities and the events in fine detail .

With each passing year, geophysicists get closer to mapping the layer in fine detail .

In a trice, office machines can set the type and print it out in fine detail .

Best known for her work in film, Perrin Ireland demonstrates a fine gift for detail .

Rex could make out all the fine detail of its undercarriage.

As every fine detail of the forty-eight columns was discussed, drawings were unrolled and pored over.

following

He then gives them the following details .

If the structure is to be updated, then the following approver's details will be required.

In the following account, details are given for preparation of high quality thin sections by automatic and semi-automatic means.

full

The temporary replacement car will be made available only when full details of the loss or damage are notified to General Accident.

For full hotel details see pages 16/17.

Often these must be booked in advance. Full details from the museum.

Money Management contains full details of the performance of a wide range of managed and single currency funds.

The Insurance Synopsis will be sent with your Confirmation and this gives full details of cover and exclusions.

The full details of the scheme will be announced annually to individual participating employees.

If you would like your exhibition to be included, send full details to him c/o Photography, Argus Specialist Publications,.

further

Replying, the Soviets charged that the EC-130 had deliberately violated Soviet airspace but gave no further details .

For further details phone Sage on.

For further details about transitional relief ask your charging authority - the address and telephone number are included with this bill.

This issue is considered in further detail in the following sections.

Lee suggested that other political and constitutional reforms would be accomplished within two years but did not give any further details .

Prices start at about £100 per metre for standard models; fan-assisted convection designs are also available. Further details from.

Take a look at pages 8 and 9 of the enclosed magazine for further details of the Ferguson 51P7 and 14M1.

great

The whole business of colour is one that Illustrator 88 addresses in greater detail than any other current package we've seen.

Describe this in great detail and act it out.

Once again, see Chapter 5, Figure 5.4 for greater detail on this effect.

The other forms involve lyrical songs that describe topographies in great detail .

This exemption will not be relevant to most futures dealers and will not be discussed in any greater detail .

From these flow three-to four-year administrative and fiscal plans, which are developed in great detail .

The ads are still there, some with even greater detail .

intimate

How can Annie Murphy remember in such intimate detail things which happened 18 years ago?

Mike was thoroughly embarrassed at having exposed intimate details of his life, but his classmates rallied around him.

They shared no intimate details of their lives with each other.

minute

I carefully examined every photograph in minute detail through a magnifying glass so as not to miss a thing.

It felt as if he could see right inside her head so that he knew beyond doubt the minutest detail of her response.

On the contrary, we Fists are exemplary planners, fascinated by the minutest detail .

Every Minute detail attended to, yet every one with a view to its being useful or pleasing.

Neither was I told to examine in minute detail , every blade of grass that my kit was to come in contact with.

Instead she leaned over and began one of her painstaking drawings, full of minute detail .

Harried executive Played by people who keep so busy with minute details that they always seem harassed.

Nothing went smoothly,even when it appeared that the most minute details had been described with no further room for misunderstanding.

personal

Not all advisers feel comfortable asking clients for these personal details nor do they necessarily have the time to do it.

Put the personal details aside: Every president is, above all, a politician.

However, the new register will include personal details , especially in relation to the benefit and discount systems.

Some personal details are interspersed in what is basically a political primer.

It is not good for a physician to confide personal details of his life to a patient.

Then use the coupon on the right to write your answers and personal details .

A simple registration process is augmented by the lack of personal details you need to give.

The reviewer hadn't even bothered to check on basic personal details .

small

The photographer's glance alights on small details of foliage or suddenly sweeps upwards to the open sky.

But these features are just small details on my map.

The Maker took endless trouble over every small detail .

But current and former Clinton aides, pressed on the inaccuracies, mostly point to small details .

Too many words trying to describe a small detail or a momentary glance will only destroy the image.

However, he had an eye for the small details , too.

Finishing touch Changing the smallest details can give a piece of furniture a completely different look.

Detail does matter because concepts which are excellent in their general sweep can founder on a small matter of detail .

technical

Buckland is wrong to dismiss technical details .

The flying test was followed by an intensive oral examination on technical details .

They did not have time to immerse themselves in technical detail .

Chapter 2 goes into all the technical details .

For the art ignorant, the pageant can be educational, teaching historical, technical or aesthetic details of creative endeavors.

Before demonstrating this variety, it is necessary to outline some minor technical details of relevance.

In it, he shows perfect ease with number, dimension, and technical detail .

■ VERB

ask

They were also asked to note details of the situations and their feelings before and after the bingeing.

It would be a good idea to ask for details if they are not supplied.

Please ask for details of the full range of tickets available.

Available at an extra subscription. Ask for details .

All associated schools were asked to provide various details about their school population and staffing in their mathematics departments.

I didn't feel like asking for more details , because they were obviously bad.

If the seller's position is reasonably strong he should ask for specific details and firm commitments.

As soon as I had met him off the plane at Heathrow Yevtushenko was asking me about the details of his programme.

call

For details of local resellers call Tetra on.

consider

Since O. ostertagi is the most prevalent of the species in cattle it is considered in detail .

Among the variety of Tarim statelets, we will consider four in some detail .

This issue is considered in further detail in the following sections.

These and other structuring considerations are considered in more detail in Section 0609.

In Committee, we shall consider every detail of the Bill and we promise to consider carefully every clause.

The governors decided to give all these matters priority and to consider them in detail at the next meeting.

The provisions for transfer are considered in detail in Chapter 13.

The issue of short-termism is considered in more detail in Chapter 4.

contact

For details , contact your L'Oréal Technique Professionnelle representative.

For more details , contact Purity-on-Tap.

If you do not understand the details enclosed please contact the Finance Department where the staff will be pleased to assist.

For further details contact Mrs J Adams on.

For details contact Trevor Austin on.

contain

The scrolled area has an allowance for 100 entries containing details of each field on the form currently being processed.

The mise en scene is pastoral rather than urban and contains numerous realistic details which provide local color.

She reported on his' good imagination, something which shows up particularly in his drawings which always contain fine detail ,.

Appendix B contains more details on the mathematical properties of the Riemann tensor.

The contract note must contain the essential details of the transaction and these are specified in the Tables to Rule 5-34.

There are actually large telephone directory style books which contain details of standard bar codes.

Money Management contains full details of the performance of a wide range of managed and single currency funds.

describe

For this reason it will be described in some detail .

He will describe it in detail sight, smell, every-thing.

Citation measures will be described in more detail in Chapter 5.

The more she got, the more unhappy she became. Describe this in great detail and act it out.

He described details that had been forgotten.

These stages are described in more detail in my books First Feelings and Playground Politics.

discuss

These will be discussed in detail below.

The indications of conditioning and the way in which it may be assessed will be discussed in more detail later.

This is discussed in more detail later in this section.

It is not our intention to discuss the details of these fundamental functions of plants and their importance to the aquarium.

The epistemological issue is discussed in more detail in the following two papers.

These duties are discussed fully in detail in the following chapters.

This will be discussed in more detail in Chapter 4.

This method is discussed in greater detail below.

examine

In the giant goldfish bowl that is Hong Kong, Mrs Chan's purportedly personal decision is being examined in microscopic detail .

The Chronicle examined in detail 27 cases in Houston and Harris County involving violent or repeat offenders on dual supervision.

She smiled and extended both arms to examine her manicure in detail .

There are larger issues involved concerning both medical care and morale that I shall examine in more detail .

Indeed, manufacturing capability seems to have such a major impact on product development that it is worth examining in greater detail .

Let us examine each component in detail .

If, however, one wished to explore the immediate outside it might be necessary to examine specific aspects in detail .

The redistributional effects of transfers will be examined in more detail in Chapter 37.

explain

Techniques based on light scattering are also explained in detail .

It also explains many details of the present and the past.

This book would be many times its current length had I explained everything in detail .

Each of these three approaches will be explained in detail in Chapter 10 and thus will not be described at this point.

The Animosity rule is explained below in complete detail .

Most class analysts do not explain in detail how policy decisions are actually made.

This scheme is explained in more detail later in this factsheet.

give

It will give them crucial details about his shoe size and probable height and weight.

Haynes has been offered a plea deal but prosecutor Lynda Passmore refused to give details of the proposed agreement.

My hon. Friend gave the details and I shall return to them in a moment.

He would not give details of the plan, however.

Clause 4 simply gives more details of this filter system for checking qualifications and licences.

The minister will also give you details of the fees which you will be expected to pay.

There may also be funds in bank or building society accounts but we have not been given any details of these.

Pergamon included an extraordinary charge of £38.7m but gave no further details .

include

This is supposed to include details of how a bank's internal ratings system is working.

These scripts are helpful and insure that you are including relevant details which assist the client in vividly imagining the scenes.

The forms include details of the process and quantities of waste discharged to land, water and air.

To make your story as vivid as possible, include details such as names, dollar amounts, and ages when relevant.

This includes details of financial assistance to industry.

Should I ever include details in my list?

Chap. 5 includes some detail on test methods which are peculiar to polymers and which have been specially developed for them.

It includes details of how the Bond works, your right to cancel, taxation matters, death benefits and more.

obtain

They also caused a serious credit card scare by obtaining users' card details .

In fact, most of the descriptions are quite explicit, and a good understanding can be obtained by following the details .

No further information needs entering as anybody using the register can obtain details from the lawyer concerned.

His work as a sales representative for Cornhill Life Insurance enabled him to obtain personal details on members of the police.

Perhaps even more fundamentally, it's far from obvious how to obtain the details of a certificate.

C Obtain some details - Quoted or Private company, activities, location, size and whether there is synergy.

However, we were able to obtain details of all Crown Court cases from the Probation Service.

However it has not proved possible to obtain further details of this study.

provide

The approach has been to provide relevant detail and review methods in terms of their application to geochemistry.

Navy officials yesterday were unable to provide details about the proposed maintenance center, including its location, functions and staffing.

Often the advertisement will only provide the briefest of details , including approximate location, acreage and the method of disposal.

Thousands of pages of documents Gramm filed with the Federal Election Commission provide some details about where it all went.

Article Six provided details of the administrative structure formed to achieve the goals of the treaty.

The draft regulations also provide details of the proposed minimum content of summary financial statements for banks.

These provide the contact details and an indication of charges for more than 20 online brokers.

remember

Think about exactly what happened - try to remember all the details that make it vivid in your mind.

He even remembered the gruesome details of the spelling bee he lost in front of the entire seventh grade.

Apparently, most of us only remember two or three details .

Now I remember every bloody detail .

Wellington stiffened, remembering the details of the gossip.

She remembered every detail of your plans and courses.

What reserves of strength and intellect she must have to remember details like that!

They said it was hard to remember details because there were three other children around as well.

reveal

Emilio was certainly within his rights not to reveal the sordid details of his childhood even to his friends.

Garven said he could not reveal details of the draft report.

It projects an image of the Sun that fills a wall, revealing fine details on the boiling solar surface.

It reveals pathetic details about the Clintons' marriage, their personalities and their judgment.

Barleycorn can reveal the details of the new Managers Car Scheme.

Police are revealing few details about the fifth victim, who at this stage they are not linking definitely with the others.

The documents reveal valuable details relating to the professional performing forces, vocal and instrumental, that the companies employed.

As expected, the Prime Minister also revealed details of a scheme to create 600 online centres in Britain's poorest communities.

send

If you would like your exhibition to be included, send full details to him c/o.

We will be sending out more details over the coming weeks and months with a view to starting Community Action in the summer.

Activists were encouraged to download and print out the flag and to send in details of their plans for it.

Your overseas customer will need to provide the bank which is sending the payment with details of your branch and account number.

My old club, Richmond, had already sent me details of how to get tickets through the club.

We put it in writing, sending written details up the hierarchy in case we have to prove we have fulfilled our role.

The range is vast, send for details of a collector's delight!

study

The few examples of state formation which have been studied in detail are all significantly different in important respects.

I had to steel myself to look again so that I could study the details dispassionately.

We can study in detail how the complementary descriptions of position and momentum relate to each other.

Take time to study the details .

This idea has not been studied in detail in any lek species to date.

The magnetic field is thus one aspect of the earth that scientists have studied in detail for centuries.

The Northern Ireland Office would make no comment until the whole judgment had been studied in detail .

Eight patients were studied in detail and were given supervised exercise therapy.

work

This result in turn insures that students take their efforts seriously and work to get every detail correct.

In the meantime, Pennethorne had been working out the details of his proposals for the Foreign Office.

I like to think of myself obscurely working out honest details , as if with my carving chisels.

Last night Mr Brown was working on the final details of his £4billion giveaway.

Of course, science has it all worked out in detail .

They can serve as a guide to what was agreed, and we now need to work on the detail .

She later backed off that statement, but state attorneys are still working out the details for implementation of the law.

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(all) the gory details

However, 44% of you feel that these reports should leave the gory details out and 39% feel they encourage copycat crimes.

Log on and get the gory details.

be a stickler for detail/rules/accuracy etc

With his personal guests who were important to him or his state, Kim was a stickler for detail.

contact number/address/details

Books can be entered and modified as can contact details.

Frequently there is no contact number, so even if we like the music, we can't do much about it.

Gave the name of his solicitors in London as his contact address.

The video box illustration carries various official body contact addresses on the back for further information on the river.

These advertisements generally use a Box number at the publication as the contact address and may be placed by the client.

These provide the contact details and an indication of charges for more than 20 online brokers.

This time we have remembered to put our contact numbers below.

juicy gossip/details/stories etc

Closed doors with Wilkinson usually meant that he had some especially juicy gossip or that he was fishing for information.

spare sb (the details)

After the smoke lifted, 120 people were found dead; only 17 children were spared .

If there was a spare fuel tank she didn't know about it.

In her spare time Elaine does voluntary work for the local branch of the National Schizophrenia Fellowship.

The van also contained two new spare tires from Ron Williams's car.

Then the cross-shaped glazing bars of the window told him he was in the spare bedroom of Number 29.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Baker advises the President on the details of foreign policy.

For full details of this exclusive offer, just send in a stamped addressed envelope.

The donated liver came from the UK, but the hospital is giving no further details.

The Secretary of State was accompanied by a small security detail .

The story's very complicated - I can't remember the exact details.

The student advice office provides details of all the university courses in the country.

To apply for a loan, first fill in the section marked 'Personal Details'.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

But if he wavered on where it happened, Rice never changed a detail of how.

But to get the rest of the details put together and get it organized, it could be an invaluable service.

Switching the focus to track and field competition, more details are emerging about some of this season's important fixtures.

This 720-page document covered in some detail the measures needed to ensure sustainable development.

This study examines these contrasts in detail , at a period when the Stock Exchange in London is introducing great reforms.

What the hacks should have contemplated was the truly telling detail of Senna at race one in Phoenix.

With its pretty round neck, softly padded shoulders and front-pocket detail , it looks great worn with a skirt or trousers.

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

further

Further detailed analysis of the evidence in Table 5.13 is prevented by data constraints.

The complex relationships among cabinet, legislature, and prime minister merit further detail .

The reference section of Chapter 10 is a very useful gateway for anyone wishing to gain further details on the techniques suggested.

Clark is expected to announce further details in the next few days, sources said, perhaps as soon as Thursday.

There is no space to detail further the model that I used to pursue the problem that I had set myself.

Should the Committee so desire, we would be pleased to provide further details on this estimate.

No further details about the negotiations was disclosed.

how

Nyc details how by the 1920s General Electric had 82,000 workers in their employment, in contrast to 6,000 in 1885.

The pact details how the $ 81 million facility will be managed and operated.

Mr Goncharik said that he had been given police evidence detailing how the regime organised the murder of three opposition figures.

All I sought was the chance to show the industry our blueprint that detailed how a responsible local broadcaster should operate.

more

Now you have a little more detail about the study and training based options that might help you make a career change.

Additional information will be collected throughout the summer, and more detailed reports are expected later this year.

More detailed chapter contents can also be viewed without charge.

We have in-creased the number of boxes that expand in a more detailed way some materials of the text.

We are just getting much more detailed knowledge of the associations and correlations between them.

The new recommendations are few, but the explanations are more detailed .

The remainder of this chapter is devoted to a more detailed discussion of the different cultural and natural formation processes.

Such laws usually include more detailed procedures for resolving negotiating impasses that may arise during the bargaining process.

most

It is the most detailed picture yet of the the world's largest intelligence-gathering organization.

The most detailed record of this response was left by a Californio named Mariano Vallejo.

■ NOUN

account

These are detailed in our Current Account leaflet, a copy of which can be obtained from any Midland branch.

Persons interested in becoming financial managers should enjoy working independently, dealing with people, and analyzing detailed account information.

But a rapid overview is in order, to make the detailed account easier to follow.

Peter listened intently as Manion gave him a detailed account of the conversation.

Lastly John, the longest and most detailed account of all.

Up to this point, Garland has written a taut, finely detailed account of his wanderers.

In addition, anyone injured on the job must submit a much more detailed account of the accident than was previously required.

analysis

The system provides operators with detailed real-time analysis of the status of all of their fleets.

Neither of these seems to be a show-stopper, but both factors must be taken into account in a detailed economic analysis .

Further detailed analysis of the evidence in Table 5.13 is prevented by data constraints.

The mass is assumed to be inactive politically and is rarely subjected to detailed analysis .

attention

But that was what Schmidt was paying him nine thousand marks for. Attention to detail .

This attention to detail and time has the dual reward of motivating us to be on time and making us feel important.

The first is to show the level of attention to detail required to make the approach work.

I was struck by his great attention to detail and how systematically he assigned roles.

His attention to detail is staggering.

The prosecutor was a handsome, well-liked native son made good, and his killers demonstrated a grisly attention to detail .

Some one had ripped out the cables - more proof of attention to detail .

Special thanks to Sheri Torrance and my co-chair, Deb Scott, for their keen attention to detail .

book

These books contain detailed information on the various steps involved in the analysis of samples from these areas.

What do you think would happen if you wrote a book detailing your snafus?

It comes with a 52-page book with pictures and detailed instructions.

chapter

More detailed chapter contents can also be viewed without charge.

The functions of these artificial neurons are the ones we detailed in chapter 4.

The results of this second stage will be detailed in Chapter 5.

description

Divided by region of Great Britain, it includes photographs and detailed descriptions of each property.

Quikbook. com, which includes detailed hotel descriptions but no photos.

For those, you can include a column for a more detailed description , such as size, color and features.

A detailed description of the class approach to explaining politics is in Chapter 10.

It is therefore important that a detailed description of your study population be presented in the research proposal.

The operation of point-factor systems depends upon the existence of detailed job descriptions .

document

Thus, their solicitor drew up a document detailing joint responsibility for communal maintenance of roofs, courtyards and external paintwork.

It was revealed yesterday when the document detailing the William Hill sale was sent to shareholders.

There was also a cache of 1,500 documents detailing Minin's dealings in oil, timber, gems and guns.

You should have been given a key features document which details the charges.

This document included detailed memoranda on the transaction, prepared ostensibly for the new boss of Altus, Claude-Eric Paquin.

history

The showcase feature delivers a detailed look, including history , stats, a slide show and video of each.

information

The design team has even included detailed information on conservation, opportunities for volunteers, and community and outreach initiatives.

These books contain detailed information on the various steps involved in the analysis of samples from these areas.

The accompanying 36-page booklet offers a detailed biography, recording information and an extended interview.

The level of detailed economic information required for Total an economic impact study is simply not available.

Few, however, would provide employees with any detailed information supporting their decisions.

I would appreciate some detailed information on decomposition and the time involved in order to help me answer the question.

Are they specific enough for parents who want detailed information about programs?

plan

I will however detail a few of my plans .

On the bus back to Dallas, Dignan details his intricate plans for their underworld careers.

He was assisted by Rudi Fara, who drew up detailed plans .

Cohen did not detail his future plans , and he did not rule out seeking elective office again.

They formulate detailed plans for managing both the quantitative and the qualitative costs they are bound to incur.

Other members of the staff elaborated detailed parts of the plan , each within his special sphere of competence.

But I had no detailed plan of exactly how I was to accomplish that.

report

It is appropriate that I here take the opportunity of welcoming the thrust of recent authoritative reports detailing guidelines for good corporate governance.

story

The copyright disputes were brought to public attention when the Register ran a story detailing Mr Millington's plight.

So when he lied to me, his stories were always so detailed it never crossed my mind to doubt their veracity.

The next few days were filled with wire stories detailing the search for possible survivors.

study

Now you have a little more detail about the study and training based options that might help you make a career change.

To these books the reader is referred for a detailed study of the subject.

Alongside the practical lessons are religious classes and detailed study of the Koran.

It is therefore important that a detailed description of your study population be presented in the research proposal.

Yet a detailed study by the family budget unit of London University demonstrates that this is not sufficient for a decent lifestyle.

Geoff and Kim detail their study of various ways to reduce water use in home toilets.

But the preparatory sketches and sometimes detailed studies that preceded them were nearly always nude figure studies of the historical characters.

Admiral Ugaki promptly instructed subordinate staff officers to make a detailed study of the practicability of his plan.

■ VERB

contain

These books contain detailed information on the various steps involved in the analysis of samples from these areas.

Naturally such a diary needs to be concise, yet it should contain concrete details about exactly what you have done.

Most articles contain detailed experimental protocols devised for the practitioner.

give

Leaflets giving details and prices on request.

He would have to give it details to make it better.

The National Security Council will be giving you detailed briefing about issues and personalities.

Peter listened intently as Manion gave him a detailed account of the conversation.

Some sites cast give you order tracking details right down to the shipping hubs.

The contract rarely gives detailed specifications on materials but gives the builder the right to substitute.

Mr Goncharik said that he had been given police evidence detailing how the regime organised the murder of three opposition figures.

She talked about a second meeting in Yamato, near the base, and gave him detailed directions.

include

The design team has even included detailed information on conservation, opportunities for volunteers, and community and outreach initiatives.

Divided by region of Great Britain, it includes photographs and detailed descriptions of each property.

This document included detailed memoranda on the transaction, prepared ostensibly for the new boss of Altus, Claude-Eric Paquin.

Quikbook. com, which includes detailed hotel descriptions but no photos.

Such laws usually include more detailed procedures for resolving negotiating impasses that may arise during the bargaining process.

Directions included detailed instructions of how children were to plant their garden experiments.

offer

The accompanying 36-page booklet offers a detailed biography, recording information and an extended interview.

That hearing, which could begin as early as Friday, will offer the first detailed public airing of the case.

pay

In the final section you did pay close attention to detail , but it remained only observation of detail.

That makes her wonder if the job seeker pays attention to detail .

Much attention has been paid to detail - the makers' plates bear the markings of the Midland Carriage Works.

Aim for the highest standard possible and pay great attention to detail .

Women pay more attention to detail , but are less democratic; men relish change and are more competitive and ambitious.

In managing the acute wound one needs to pay meticulous attention to detail .

provide

The system provides operators with detailed real-time analysis of the status of all of their fleets.

Several authoritative sources provide very detailed guidance relative to what constitutes an acceptable accounting method.

Last year Metromail stopped providing details on children over the telephone, lest pedophiles abuse it.

Few, however, would provide employees with any detailed information supporting their decisions.

Both firms are also providing detailed guidance on their respective intranet systems.

Hubbard Woods teachers provide parents with a detailed narrative about how students are developing in curricular and social areas.

Necessarily, the authors have had to provide very detailed instructions on the use of various Excel commands.

Should the Committee so desire, we would be pleased to provide further details on this estimate.

submit

In addition, anyone injured on the job must submit a much more detailed account of the accident than was previously required.

write

What do you think would happen if you wrote a book detailing your snafus?

He sits down and writes a detailed letter to Brown, outlining the case and asking for his advice.

For a self-evaluation, write a detailed outline with three sections: your current responsibilities, your strengths, your weaknesses.

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Log on and get the gory details.

be a stickler for detail/rules/accuracy etc

With his personal guests who were important to him or his state, Kim was a stickler for detail.

contact number/address/details

Books can be entered and modified as can contact details.

Frequently there is no contact number, so even if we like the music, we can't do much about it.

Gave the name of his solicitors in London as his contact address.

The video box illustration carries various official body contact addresses on the back for further information on the river.

These advertisements generally use a Box number at the publication as the contact address and may be placed by the client.

These provide the contact details and an indication of charges for more than 20 online brokers.

This time we have remembered to put our contact numbers below.

juicy gossip/details/stories etc

Closed doors with Wilkinson usually meant that he had some especially juicy gossip or that he was fishing for information.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

The story detailed Tyson's charitable donations.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Any good ante-bellum history will detail the stupidities that led to this utterly needless conflagration.

Enclose in the bundle was our sample, the disk and two sheets detailing the fonts, software and services offered.

You see everybody casts their tuppence worth into the pool but nobody details the route to a better future.

Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary.      Дополнительный английский словарь Longman DOCE5.