In detail

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Note that the phrase in detail, meaning approximately 'dealing with the subject in its small particulars', 'thoroughly and carefully', is always singular in form, as here: it is best to classify 'detail' here as an uncountable noun.

To write 'in details' in the plural form, however logical it may seem, is an error.


You may also like to see AWE's note on the pronunciation of detail.