in-depth

adjective
\ (ˈ)in-ˈdepth \

Definition of in-depth

: comprehensive, thorough an in-depth study in-depth news coverage

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1965, in the meaning defined above

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in-depth

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of in-depth

: covering many or all important points of a subject

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