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  • In da house An exclamation used as a compliment, especially if the person is considered very knowledgeable and has helped a person out in some way with little difficulty doing so. A man helps a woman open a stuck jar through some clever means, she would declare: " That was easy! You in da house .
  • in the house Present before an audience. Used as an announcement, especially to generate excitement. We've got DJ Kaleem in the house, ready to throw down some sick beats for y'all!
  • Apr 10,  · For those of us who were born after and too young to remember either of those shows and of whom are fans of Debbie Allen, it was this show 'In The House' in that first introduced us to her as an actress, producer, director/10(8).
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  • in-house (ĭn′hous′) adj. Conducted within, coming from, or being within an organization or group: an in-house computer system; in-house counsel; an in-house newsletter. in′-house′ adv. in-house adj, adv within an organization or group: an in-house job; the job was done in-house. in-house (adj. ˈɪnˌhaʊs; adv. -ˈhaʊs) adj., adv. within.
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