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adjective in·bound \ˈin-ˌbau̇nd\

Simple Definition of inbound

  • : traveling into a place : inward bound

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of inbound

  1. :  inward bound <inbound traffic>

1894

First Known Use of inbound

1894

Rhymes with inbound

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