Something small enough to escape casual notice. (noun)
A profusion of details. (noun)
Something considered trivial enough to ignore. (noun)
A person's name, address and other personal information. (noun)
A temporary unit or assignment. (noun)
to explain in detail (verb)
(US (?)) to clean carefully (particularly a car) (verb)
(military) to assign to a particular task (verb)
Examples of word detail
Exactly how to best do that in detail is what they want more information about, but just knowing that much was quite helpful in terms of focusing their efforts.
The field of evolutionary developmental biology, which studies the genetics of morphology in detail is now a rapidly expanding one, with many of the developmental genetic cascades, particularly in the fruitfly (Drosophila), now catalogued in considerable detail.
But I think the overwhelming demand for evidence in detail is really creating a burden for forces.
As I think Marion Zimmer Bradley once said (and she should have known, having written pornography under pseudonyms), “Describing sex in detail is like describing plumbing.”
Twitter has a lot of virtues, but discussing policy issues in detail is not one of them.