In-house meaning

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The definition of in-house refers to something done or operated internally rather than obtained from a third party or an outside source.

When a company does its own printing instead of sending it out to a printer, this is an example of a time when printing is done in-house.

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Conducted within, coming from, or being within an organization or group.

An in-house computer system; in-house counsel; an in-house newsletter.

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Originating within an organization, company, etc., rather than brought in from outside.
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At or within an organization, company, etc. rather than outside it.
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Alternative spelling of in-house.
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We like to keep our product and process development in house to help protect our intellectual property rights.

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Occurring within an establishment, using existing personnel, facilities, and supplies, as opposed to at some external supplier or customer.

We should be able to develop that widget in house.

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