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    Should I write indepth or in-depth ?

    I'm writing a memo and I suddenly wasn't sure which is correct. What is the right way to put indepth in writing? or is it in-depth.


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    Re: Should I write indepth or in-depth ?

    Not a teacher.

    It's "in-depth" (with noun) or "in depth" (with verb): I am conducting an in-depth study. I am studying something in depth.
    Last edited by chevalier; 02-Oct-2010 at 20:01.

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    Re: Should I write indepth or in-depth ?

    "In-depth" is the adjective, whereas "in depth" is the adverb.

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