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brown poodle

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korean
When the essay outline contains only very few details and very ambiguous , can I say as follows?

This essay outlines contains only very few details and lacks extreme clarity as to how ideas will be developed.
 
  • boozer

    Senior Member
    Bulgarian
    I suppose it is a case of stating the obvious. Anything 'extreme' is generally seen as out of place, so stating that what should not be there anyway is not there is... well pointless. Without further context, at least.
     

    Packard

    Senior Member
    USA, English
    "Explicit clarity" might work. But as noted above, we need context (ideally a link to the source document). It might be considered redundant.

    My preference would be for "the required" (and slightly modified sentence).

    This essay outlines contains only very few details and lacks extreme clarity as to how ideas will be developed. (original)


    This essay outlines contains only very few details and lacks the required clarity needed to implement how these ideas will be developed.



    Explicit definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

    explicit

    (ɪksplɪsɪt )

    1. adjective
    Something that is explicit is expressed or shown clearly and openly, without any attempt to hide anything.
     
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