in-kind

adjective
\ ˈin-ˈkīnd How to pronounce in-kind (audio) \

Definition of in-kind

: consisting of something (such as goods or commodities) other than money in-kind relief for the poor

First Known Use of in-kind

1973, in the meaning defined above

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“In-kind.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/in-kind. Accessed 17 Sep. 2021.

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in-kind

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of in-kind

: made up of something other than money

in-kind

adjective

Legal Definition of in-kind

1a : made in a form other than money an in-kind contribution to a political campaign
b : made without conversion (as of assets) into money an in-kind distribution of assets
2 : made in a form or amount equivalent to another an in-kind payment to substitute for meals

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