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- v. Present participle of detail.
- n. gerund of detail
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. description of something in detail.
- n. Thorough cleaning, esp. of the interior of automobiles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an individualized description of a particular instance
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Buyer beware: Each product has a label detailing its positive attributes -- but little or no information about negative impacts or room for improvement.
What if we have concluded that Johnson's strengths as a writer don't lie in detailing the "extraordinarily rich and complex inner lives" of his characters?
NBC, in detailing its Super Bowl coverage Wednesday, gave teams more incentive: The victor will get its trophy presented by NBC's Dan Patrick.
It will be industry's first building product transparency label detailing the complete make-up of a product, highlighting critical lifecycle information and potential human health impacts.
Under Fenty, progress was made in detailing and addressing the poor management and record-keeping associated with federal grants that earned the District a “high-risk” designation.
Coyote has done an excellent service in detailing the reality of this necessity and you a service in reminding of it.
A colored tee with cute detailing is just as easy to put on than a white one.
Alexander insists that he remains close with the pop star after their infamous 55-hour marriage in 2004 and that Spears is reaching out to him with texts, emails and phone calls detailing violent beatings at the hands of the man who helped resurrect her career.
Like a little note to Santa, it attached to its wrist a tag detailing everything they wanted to do with the money.
I totally agree that the first batsuit was the best .. all the armor detailing is just completely lost when they film it anyway.