Definition of inbound
: inward bound inbound traffic
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An inbound French freighter, the Mont-Blanc, couldn’t get out of its way.
The inbound 91-Jackson-Esplanade bus line, which divert onto North Claiborne Avenue then onto Canal Street before resuming its regular route on North Rampart.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Motorists traveling eastbound into the city on the West Shoreway (Route 2) can expect delays staring Friday at 10 a.m. when inbound traffic is reduced one lane to allow for pavement work.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say a driver hit a power pole and flipped on Wilkinson Boulevard near Remount Road at 2:19 a.m. All outbound lanes were closed and one inbound lane was open.
The extent to which the problem was affecting inbound flights was not immediately known.
On Monday, July 3, all inbound gates will be operational except Gate 9.
PARIS—Emirates Airline sees a recovery in U.S. demand after Washington imposed a ban on use of electronics on some inbound flights and on Wednesday, a senior executive expressed optimism it could be lifted.
However, inbound trips will loop off Catawba Avenue at One Norman Boulevard to serve the new Park and Ride.
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Definition of inbound for English Language Learners
: traveling into a place : inward bound
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