detail to

detail someone to someone or something

to assign someone to someone or a group. (Military.) I will detail Private Bailey to that job. The general detailed a lieutenant to the platoon that was going to the front.
See also: detail
References in classic literature ?
And the sight which met my eyes was that of a slender, girlish figure, similar in every detail to the earthly women of my past life.
Unfortunately the constant temperature assumption does not provide enough detail to predict the potential functional failures in final silicon that may be caused by the sensitivity of devices such as matched circuitry and bandgap devices.
Security--Users, roles, profiles, permissions and other security-related configuration parameters are documented in detail to help identify security concerns.