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in-depth

[in-depth] /ˈɪnˈdɛpθ/
adjective
1.
extensive, thorough, or profound:
an in-depth analysis of the problem.
2.
well-balanced or fully developed.
Origin
1960-1965
1960-65
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  • She asked as if my response could actually give her some indepth information as to my qualifications for the position.
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  • Operating budgets have been slashed to the point that serious journalism and indepth reporting is virtually impossible.
British Dictionary definitions for indepth

in-depth

adjective
1.
carefully worked out, detailed and thorough: an in-depth study
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