The adjective explicit means something that is clearly expressed or demonstrated.
Synonyms are accurate, certain, exact, or precise.
The word origins from French (1610s) explicite meaning “open to the understanding, not obscure or ambiguous”, and from Latin explicitus meaning “unobstructed”. It is the past participle of explicare meaning “unfold, unravel, explain”. It is derived from ex meaning “out” plus plicare meaning “to fold”.
The team listened to the leader’s explicit direction for their task.
She is very explicit about her plans for her life in the future.
Please keep your guidelines explicit to not cause misunderstanding.