The definition of in depth is doing something fully, carefully or with great attention to detail.
An example of an in depth look at an issue is when you research every possible argument or side to that issue.
Detailed; thorough: an in-depth study.
(comparative more in-depth, superlative most in-depth)
- John Deacon takes an in-depth, highly pragmatic approach.
- In 2007, writer Sandra Blakeslee of the New York Times published an in-depth article detailing how scientists were able to use virtual reality goggles and other instruments to induce the sensation of an out-of-body experience.
- A visit to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Data Archive (SAMHDA) provides a savvy researcher with all of the tools he or she needs to take a more in-depth look at the numbers related to teens and drinking.
- Successful team owners have an in-depth understanding of NFL players and their fantasy value, as well as the ability to predict which players will be successful at various times and against particular opponents.
- Light On Pranayama: The Yogic Art of Breathing In accordance with the practice of Pranayama, Iyengar provides in-depth instruction of breathing techniques as they relate to the philosophy and practice of yoga.