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out of houseadverb

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WORKPLACE if an ​employee of a ​companyworks 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 ​companyemployee, or by another ​company: The ​editing of our ​marketingcommunications is done out of ​house.
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out-of-houseadjective [before noun]

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WORKPLACE not ​working or ​based at the ​offices of a ​company or ​organization: We ​provide both in- and out-of-house ​training.
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