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in-house

[ adjective in-hous; adverb in-hous ]
/ adjective ˈɪnˌhaʊs; adverb ˈɪnˈhaʊs /
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adjective, adverb
within, conducted within, or utilizing an organization's own staff or resources rather than external or nonstaff facilities: in-house research; Was the ad created in-house or by an outside advertising agency?
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Origin of in-house

First recorded in 1955–60
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British Dictionary definitions for in-house

in-house

adjective, adverb
within an organization or groupan in-house job; the job was done in-house
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