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in-house

(ĭn′hous′)
adj.
Conducted within, coming from, or being within an organization or group: an in-house computer system; in-house counsel; an in-house newsletter.

in′-house′ adv.

in-house

adj, adv
within an organization or group: an in-house job; the job was done in-house.

in-house

(adj. ˈɪnˌhaʊs; adv. -ˈhaʊs)

adj., adv.
within, conducted within, or utilizing an organization's own staff or resources rather than external facilities: an ad created in-house.
[1955–60]
Translations

in-house

[ˈɪnˈhaʊs]
A. ADVdentro de la empresa
B. ADJ [staff] → interno
C. CPD in-house training Nformación f en la empresa

in-house

adjhausintern; staffim Haus; jobs, workim Hause zu erledigend attror zu erledigen pred
advhausintern

in-house

[ˈɪnˈhaʊs]
1. adj (magazine, video) → per il personale, aziendale; (training) → all'interno dell'azienda
2. adv (train, produce) → all'interno dell'azienda
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