Definitions (2)

1.Leaving (such as passengers), or going out (such as a flow).
2.Departing leg of a journey.

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  • There were a lot of outbound flights that day and I did not know which one was my friends and where it was headed.

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  • Be sure to catch the outbound train to reach your destination, because if you accidentally get on the inbound train it will take much longer to reroute to outbound.

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  • You need to make sure that everything that goes outbound from your business sends the right message to the consumers.

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