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out of house

adverb
 
 
WORKPLACE if an employee of a company works out of house, they work from home rather than in the offices of that company: Many of our project team-members are based out of house.
if a company has work done out of house, it arranges for the work to be done by someone who is not a company employee, or by another company: The editing of our marketing communications is done out of house. →  Compare in-house
(Definition of out of house adverb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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