UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdiːteɪld/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(di tāld, dētāld)

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Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. a detailed [report, description, account] of
  2. [compiled, wrote, sent] a detailed report [on, of, about]
  3. detailed information [on, about]
  4. detailed product [information, descriptions]
  5. a detailed [analysis, explanation, search] of
  6. has detailed knowledge of
  7. gave you detailed instructions to
  8. detailed and [specific, comprehensive, descriptive]
  9. need you to be more detailed
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. [fine, precise, minute, intricate] details
  2. go into (further) detail (about)
  3. can you go into greater detail?
  4. even the smallest details
  5. add (specific) details to
  6. [view, see] more details
  7. didn't need to know (all) the details)
  8. learn the details of
  9. can [figure out, decide on] the details [later, tomorrow]
  10. is too much detail for me
  11. [didn't, no need to] go into too much detail (about)
  12. don't [skip, omit, leave out] any details
  13. focus on the details
  14. pay attention to the details
  15. there is one minor detail (that) you are forgetting about
  16. are forgetting just one minor detail
  17. [particular, poor, good] attention to detail
  18. the details are important
  19. details about the [nature, variations, possibility] of
  20. detail and [clarity, accuracy, quality]
  21. [perfect, accurate] down to the finest detail
  22. [edited, gave] my personal details
  23. [product, service, shipping] details
  24. [write down, fill in] your details
  25. the details of the [accident, day, class]
  26. the details of [what, when, why, where, how]
  27. is on [work, janitor, maintenance] detail
  28. careful detail went into [making, producing, planning, designing]
  1. detail the [project, design, concept, changes]
  2. have the [car, interior] detailed
  3. [asked, requested, required] to detail
  4. [soldiers, troops, squadrons] were detailed
  5. detailed for [war, a conflict]
  6. detailed the incident (to)
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