“In Person” Or “In-Person”: Which Is Correct?
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The word “in” has several meanings, including being inside, coming to or into a place, and being with or among people. Here it means to be in a person’s presence. The words “in person” are both correct. However, the phrase “in-person” is more commonly used. e.g. “The meeting was in-person.”