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Is Detail Oriented Hyphenated?

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Hyphens are used in certain words and phrases. When they are used in the wrong way, they change the meaning of the sentence in which they are being used. There are very few grammar rules regarding hyphens. There are many exceptions to the few rules that do exist on hyphens. Detail-oriented is a descriptive word that emphasizes a noun. It is hyphenated. If you are not sure if a word uses a hyphen, the best thing to do is to look it up in a reputable dictionary.
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Hi Glen, I sincerely apologize for the delay! "Detail-oriented" means that a person pays close attention to details. Yes, you are correct that the word is hyphenated. You
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It is pretty clear to me that you really need both. Let's put it another way: what is most important - breathing in or breathing out? what is more important - eating or digesting?
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