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in more detail I've heard someone said let's look in more detail. Is it in more details or detail? I'm confused because 'in details' often appears as a set phrase. So why didn't he say in more details?
Nov 21, 2017 7:54 PM
Answers · 5
The correct expressions are 'in detail' and 'in more detail'. I have never heard a native speaker say 'in details'.
November 21, 2017
I always say: "let's look in details", but you can say too: "let's look in detail" or "let's look in more details". You can use the online dictionary: context.reverso.net I often use it when I watch a film or anything. It helps me a lot. I hope my answer is useful for you! :)
November 21, 2017
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