There are 2 definitions of in depth in English:

in depth1

In great detail; comprehensively and thoroughly: research students pursue a specific aspect of a subject in depth See also in-depth.
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  • Clare's remarkable rise to fame has been the subject of in depth features all over the jazz press.
  • As regards quality of the qualification I don't think school is the best place to study a subject in depth.
  • Whilst studying ethics, one of the subjects we considered in depth was animal rights.
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There are 2 definitions of in depth in English:

in-depth2

Syllabification: in-depth

adjective

Comprehensive and thorough: in-depth interviews
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  • 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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