in house


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in house ‎(comparative more in house, superlative most in house)

  1. Belonging to or part of an organization; internal.
    We like to keep our product and process development in house to help protect our intellectual property rights.


in house ‎(not comparable)

  1. 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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