Definition of in-house in English:

in-house

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adjective

Pronunciation: /ˈɪnhaus
 
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[attributive]
Done or existing within an organization: in-house publications
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  • The roster will run alongside the existing in-house design department, BBC Design and Publications.
  • An existing in-house induction programme was adapted for the company's overseas staff.
  • There's the increase in in-house publication, made possible by the same lowered barriers.

adverb

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈhaus
 
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Without assistance from outside an organization; internally: services previously provided in-house are being contracted out
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  • The city decided it could provide more services for less money in-house.
  • As the scale of the business increases, it may be easier to justify the set-up costs associated with making bagels in-house.
  • Star then decided to run Star News in-house while NDTV announced its plans to run channels of its own.

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