Definitions of "in-kind"
  1. Given or paid in goods, commodities, or services, instead of cash
  2. Given or paid in assets or resources, without being exchanged for cash
  3. Given in a form or quantity that matches or equals another
How to use "in-kind" in a sentence
  1. The non-profit organization accepted in-kind donations such as food, clothing, and furniture.
  2. To avoid a potential tax penalty, an in-kind distribution may be taken from a retirement account.
  3. The company offered an in-kind match for employee charitable contributions, doubling the impact of the donation.

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