Idiom: in depth
Idiom: in depth
- in great detail
- done carefully and comprehensively
- There are lots of guided bus tours that go to five or six different countries but I prefer to see one country in depth.
- The movie describes Michael Jackson's life in depth.
- I learned modern art in depth while I was in college and that's one reason I have such a great appreciation for that type of art.
- She wasn't interviewed in depth but there are lots of pictures of Cindy Crawford and other supermodels from the 1980s.
- The writer talks about the early years of Oprah Winfrey's life in depth, which makes you appreciate how many obstacles she overcame to become a successful media mogul.
- If you want to study grammar in depth then I recommend taking a course from University.
- We don't have time to go into the subject in depth today but hold your questions until later.
- Since the article is really long and discusses the topic in depth, I think we should provide an executive summary at the beginning.
- We already discussed the issue in depth at the previous two meetings so it's time to make some decisions.
- Before any employment offer, we would conduct a background check that would look into your previous work, references, and other parts of your life in depth.
- This report examines the past 40 years of economic growth in this city in depth.
- I hope they explain the procedures in depth today and not just try to get us to make appointments for further information.
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