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in–kind

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adjective \ˈin-ˈkīnd\

Simple Definition of in–kind

  • : made up of something other than money

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of in–kind

  1. :  consisting of something (as goods or commodities) other than money <in–kind relief for the poor>

1973

First Known Use of in–kind

1973


Law Dictionary

in–kind

adjective

Legal Definition of in–kind

  1. 1a :  made in a form other than money <an in{ndash}kind contribution to a political campaign> b :  made without conversion (as of assets) into money <an in{ndash}kind distribution of assets>

  2. 2 :  made in a form or amount equivalent to another <an in{ndash}kind payment to substitute for meals>




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