in-depth

[in-depth]
adjective
1.
extensive, thorough, or profound: an in-depth analysis of the problem.
2.
well-balanced or fully developed.

Origin:
1960–65

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in-depth
 
adj
carefully worked out, detailed and thorough: an in-depth study

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Example sentences
In-depth information and reporting on compensation of college presidents and
  other higher education leaders.
These employers have provided in-depth profiles full of information for
  prospective candidates.
Rich, in-depth coursework and discussions are now available to more students
  more often.
Some reporters and editors would argue that their book will provide them with a
  better, more in-depth sense of a topic.
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