go into detail(s)

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go into detail(s)

To present, explain, or discuss every aspect of something. I don't want to go into details, but there were a few legal issues that prevented us from participating. I don’t think your essay goes into detail enough about how the three books relate to one another.

go into detail(s)

to give all the details; to present and discuss the details. The clerk went into detail about the product with the customer. I just want a simple answer. Don't go into details.
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go into ˈdetail(s)

explain something fully: I can’t go into details now; it would take too long.
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References in classic literature ?
I know the story--don't go into details that only harrow your soul up unavailingly.
I could have wished to go into details, to describe in crisp, burning sentences the panic that swept like a tornado through a million homes.
Well, you can form your own conclusions, and you won't want me to go into details.
When you are praising a person to another who is to know her, it is bad policy to go into details.
I won't go into details and to be honest I didn't think anyone would take it seriously.
According to Laha Magazine, Shujoon said, "Yes I am now separated from Ahmad, but I do not wish to go into details regarding my personal life and would rather focus my attention on my acting career for the sake of my fans, who have showed unconditional love and support for me.
BDI's leader did not go into details and count BDI's achievements in the first 100 days while Deputy PM Musa Xhaferi said that some of the Government's projects in the first 100 days are realized in areas mainly populated with Albanians.
The Macedonian economic ministers were reluctant Monday to go into details about the consequences of the possible sanctions against Russia on Macedonia's economic cooperation with this country.
Although spokeswoman Julie Bolcer asserted that further tests were needed to determine what caused the 'Capote' star's death, she did not go into details about the nature of the tests, the BBC reported.
Though his PR team is unwilling to go into details of his visit, they confirmed that Kapoor is London-bound this weekend.
Lefty said: "I don't want to go into details but I haven't been thinking this positively for a long time.
The informal, friendly discussion will go into details of what Humanism is all about.
Makoto Yagi, who was elected chairman of the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan the same day, did not go into details about a suggestion that other utilities share the burden with TEPCO to compensate the victims, while clearly defending nuclear power generation projects.
She said she will not go into details of her resignation
edited at the discretion I won't go into details of his family, you'll have to do that.