in-home Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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in-home

adjective
 
 
for use in people's homes: an in-home theatre
happening in someone's home: in-home care/help/services One recent study showed that nursing home care costs about five times more than in-home care.
Translations of “in-home”
in Chinese (Traditional) 在家裡提供的, 上門提供的,到府的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在家里提供的, 上门提供的…
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