fine-grained

[fahyn-greynd]
adjective
1.
being of fine grain or texture, as certain types of wood, leather, etc.
2.
Photography, fine-grain.

Origin:
1530–40

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fine-grained
 
adj
1.  (of wood, leather, etc) having a fine smooth even grain
2.  detailed, in-depth, or involving fine detail

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Example sentences
As the division of global labour becomes ever more fine-grained, small tasks
  rather than whole industries move abroad.
Good beef should be firm and of fine-grained texture, bright red in color, and
  well mottled and coated with fat.
One idea is offering credit scores that are more fine-grained than those
  currently provided.
Given the lack of fine-grained statistics, none of these studies settles the
  debate.
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