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in-depth

[ in-depth ]
/ ˈɪnˈdɛpθ /
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adjective

extensive, thorough, or profound: an in-depth analysis of the problem.
well-balanced or fully developed.

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Origin of in-depth

First recorded in 1960–65
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in-depth

adjective

carefully worked out, detailed and thoroughan in-depth study
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Idioms and Phrases with in-depth

in depth

Profoundly, thoroughly, as in It will take years to cover the entire subject in depth. [Mid-1900s]

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