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In detail or In details

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Created Date: Sat 24 Sep 2011

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What the differences between the two phrases In detail and In details?

 

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In detail means using a lot of details, item by item.
For example: He explained the assignment in detail. (He explained how he did the assignment, what led him to the solutions, how he reached or had the ideas)

In details is widely used and almost interchangeable with In detail. In conclusion, there are no differences between them.

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