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in-depth
American English: /ˈˌɪn ˈdɛpθ/

Translation of in-depth in Spanish:

adjective

  • (before noun)
    en profundidad
    Example sentences
    • This will include in-depth interviews and behind the scenes with lead stars.
    • The research group conducted surveys and in-depth interviews with petitioners.
    • The event will be followed by an in-depth interview and a Q&A session.

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