In-kind meaning

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Payment made in goods or services, rather than in cash.
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(paying or giving) With goods or services (as opposed to cash)

I made some donations to the charity, not in money, but in kind, such as non-perishable food.

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Given in goods, commodities, or services rather than money.

Cash and in-kind benefits.

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(usually after the noun) In the form of goods and service rather than money.

"How much did he give?" "Hard to say. It was all in kind."

The pay is OK, but the real attraction is all the benefits in kind.

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(idiomatic) In a reciprocal manner; in a similar way; in the same kind.

I kissed him, and he responded in kind and kissed me back.

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(payment or gift) Consisting of goods or commodities (as opposed to cash)

I made an in-kind donation to the charity after cleaning out old clothing from my closet.

As a self-funded museum, we only receive in-kind support from the government, which provides us with some documents and articles of historic significance.

Free guarana soda from 2pm on is just one of the many in-kind benefits for employees here.

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Origin of in-kind