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in-houseadjective, adverb [not gradable]

/ɪnˈhɑʊs, ˈɪnˌhɑʊs/
involving a company and its employees at the place where they work, and not other companies or people who are not regular employees: Findory’s technology was developed in-house. in-house lawyers
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in-houseadverb

uk   /ˌɪnˈhaʊs/ us   also inhouse
WORKPLACE something that is done in-house is done by employees within an organization rather than by other companies or independent workers: Many corporations are contracting out support functions that do not need to be carried out in-house.

in-houseadjective

uk   /ˌɪnˈhaʊs/ us  
WORKPLACE working or being done within an organization: in-house training an inhouse team/lawyer/staff
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