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Definition of the adjective In-Kind
What does In-Kind mean as an attribute of a noun?
- (payment or gift) consisting of goods or commodities (as opposed to cash)
- synonym: non-monetary
In-kind a.k.a. In kind: In economics and finance, in kind refers to goods, services, and transactions not involving money or not measured in monetary terms.
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by Robert W. Kolb
These methods include direct grants, gifts, and donations; cause-related marketing; in-kind donations; community investment and economic development activities; and volunteerism, which are discussed in the sections below. Grants, Gifts ...
Design Dictionary (2008)
Perspectives on Design Terminology by Michael Erlhoff, Timothy Marshall
Value is most commonly understood to represent the amount of money (or other “ in-kind” currency) that it takes to complete an exchange—to buy, to rent, to employ, and so on. The relative amount that one must exchange is the value of the ...
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