inbound

  

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1.Arriving (such as passengers), or coming in (such as a flow).

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  • The inbound flight was almost near and it made me really nervous because I had never met him before and it was really frightening.

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  • The inbound assignment for a new public affairs officer at Guam Air Force Base came in yesterday and nearly 200 officers applied already.

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  • You should make sure that you know when the inbound flight of your shipment will arrive to pick it up on time.

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