|cataloged, listed, enumerated, set down in detail||itemized|
|a trademark for a telephone directory printed on yellow paper and containing names, addresses, and telephone numbers of businesses and other organizations listed according to the products or services offered||Yellow Pages|
|A-Z card file, be listed, catalogue, course list, enter something in catalog, exhibition guide, itemized list, list of books, list of goods for sale, list series of things or events, make a catalog, make an itemized list, prospectus||catalog|
|ability to be calculated or counted, ability to be enumerated||computability|
|able to recall with startling accuracy, pertaining to visual images (seen recently or long before) which can be recalled vividly and with great detail, recalled with startling accuracy||eidetic|
|accurately, clearly, exactly, accurately; definitely, certainly, surely, expressing agreement, in detail, used for emphasis||precisely|
|act of specifying; item or detail included in a description of requirements or plans; detailed written description of an invention submitted in a patent request, detailed description, intellectual property description, typographical instructions||specification|
|add a footnote to a text, additional detail, information at foot of page, minor detail, reference or comment at the bottom of a page or end of a chapter; direction to a comment which appears in the continuation of a document, supply with footnotes||footnote|
|add detail, exaggerate, increase, increase signal, make louder, strengthen, reinforce, make stronger; expand; increase the amplitude||amplify|
|addition of detail, detail added, enlargement of something, gene amplification, gene reproduction, increase in signal magnitude, process of making louder, strengthening, reinforcement; enlarging||amplification|
|affairs, aim, apparatus, belongings, concern, deed, detail, fashion, garment, ideal, living creature, object, article; fact; matter; fabrication; idea, occurrence, preferred activity, strong like or dislike, unspecified item, what can be possessed, wor...||thing|
|affect somebody emotionally, approach a level, approach somebody for money, area out of play, attack of illness, be or put in contact, communication, consume something, contact made, contact; sense of touch; hit; bit, small amount, detail, distinctive ...||touch|
|alert to detail, having good eyesight||sharp-eyed|
|alert to detail, having good vision||sharp-sighted|
|analyze in detail, dissect, perform an anatomical operation; examine minutely||anatomize|
|assessment of social institutions by role, belief in function over form, belief that objects should be built to suit their purpose without decoration or unnecessary detail, philosophy emphasizing the practical||functionalism|
|attention to detail, caution, caution and attention given to something||carefulness|
|broaden in scope, give more detail, make larger photograph, become bigger, make or become larger||enlarge|
|case in which property listed in a will cannot be given to a beneficiary because it did not belong to the deceased at the time of death (Law)||ademption|
|catalog, list, enumerate, set down in full detail, list deductions on a tax return, list individual things||itemize|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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