To clarify and confirm, that link gives [deta\ˈji\ː\ɐ̯t] for "detaillert", i.e. no "L" sound, only a "Y" sound (in terms of how those letters are pronounced in English), which seems to be the standard pronunciation.
…except that the Italian «dettagliato» [ˌdet·taʎˈʎa·to] is pronounced with a double [tt] and a double [ʎʎ], whereas the German »detailliert« [ˌde·taˈjiːɐ̯t] is pronounced a single [t] and a single [j].
Yeah, but you want to learn german adjectives, so i think if you translate the german expression "detaillierte antwort" to English as "answer in detail", then you did a good work, so your answer should be accepted
Antwort is feminine and “eine” is used so a mixed inflection is suggested, however, the ending for detaillierte is an “e” and not an -es. Is this because an adjective ending must match the article ending? Is that the correct way to think about this sentence?