[in-soo-see-uh nt; French an-soo-syahn] /ɪnˈsu si ənt; French ɛ̃ suˈsyɑ̃/
free from concern, worry, or anxiety; carefree; nonchalant.
carefree or unconcerned; light-hearted
unconcerned, undisturbed; carefree and nonchalant
Latin in- + soucier ‘to disturb’
1829, from French insouciant “careless, thoughtless, heedless,” from in- “not” (see in- (1)) + souciant “caring,” present participle of soucier “to care,” from Latin sollicitare “to agitate” (see solicit). Related: Insouciantly.
[in-sohl] /ɪnˈsoʊl/ verb (used with object) 1. . /ɪnˈsəʊl/ verb 1. (transitive) a variant of ensoul
verb to keep within a corporation tasks and projects that were previously outsourced verb To assign a task or job internally rather than farm it to an outside vendor
/ˈɪnˌsɔːsɪŋ/ noun 1. the practice of subcontracting work to another company that is under the same general ownership noun the business practice of using current personnel or resources for new tasks or projects; cf. outsourcing Examples Insourcing means the retention of a service “inside” the organization, keeping a full-service department intact with a complement of […]
1. . 1. inspected 2. inspector