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
She asked as if my response could actually give her some indepth information as to my qualifications for the position.
Indepth coverage was certainly necessary and warranted, but turned out to be over the top.
Operating budgets have been slashed to the point that serious journalism and indepth reporting is virtually impossible.
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