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- A detail (countable noun) is a single fact or feature (especially one that's not very important) or a specific piece of information about someone or something.
Detail (uncountable noun) is the small facts about or the small parts of something.
- 数えられる名詞の detail は、ある人や物についての（特に、あまり重要ではない）個々の事実や特徴、または、具体的な情報のことです。
数えられない名詞の detail は、何かに関するちょっとした事実や、何かの細かい部分のことです。
- I don't need to know all the details. Just give me a quick summary of what happened.
- We don't have any details yet. All we know is that there was an explosion at the factory.
- All personal information - including your name, address, and any other details you provide us with - will be kept strictly confidential.
- You'll find all the details regarding our graduate programs at our Web site.
- Why don't we meet for coffee so we can discuss this in more detail?
This job requires excellent communication and problem-solving skills and attention to detail.
(applicant during job interview)
I'm highly organized and detail-oriented.
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