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In great detail; comprehensively and thoroughly.‘research students pursue a specific aspect of a subject in depth’See also in-depth
thoroughly, extensively, comprehensively, well, rigorously, exhaustively, completely, fullyView synonyms
- ‘Whilst studying ethics, one of the subjects we considered in depth was animal rights.’
- ‘He said with pride that he explored the city of Sofia pretty quickly, and in depth.’
- ‘It would be good to see a second volume, in due course, that covers these customs in depth to complete the picture.’
- ‘Clare's remarkable rise to fame has been the subject of in depth features all over the jazz press.’
- ‘This is a bit of a simplistic take on what could be a very in depth and complex topic.’
- ‘As regards quality of the qualification I don't think school is the best place to study a subject in depth.’
- ‘Rather than hunt for sites to explore and use in depth, users now hunt for specific answers.’
- ‘I thought they would do an interview or tell us in depth about the course.’
- ‘They will discuss in depth ways and means of living and coping with Down's Syndrome.’
- ‘Many plot threads and facts are explained in depth by the authors as they happen.’
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