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Meaning of “in-depth” - Learner’s Dictionary

in-depth

adjective [always before noun]     /ˈɪnˌdepθ/
involving or considering all the details of something: in-depth knowledge an in-depth study/interviewElaborating, specifying and simplifying
Translations of “in-depth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 深入詳盡的…
in Russian глубокий, всесторонний…
in Turkish her şeyi kapsayan, tam, bütün bütün…
in Chinese (Simplified) 深入详尽的…
in Polish dogłębny…
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