Definition of inbound
: inward bound inbound traffic
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Inbound flights were diverted, and people planning to meet passengers on arrival were asked to stay home.
Two people were shot early Monday while driving on the inbound lanes of Interstate 57 near 115th Street on the city's Far South Side, according to Illinois State Police.
The Coast Guard, meanwhile, began checking the identities of passengers on inbound ships.
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Definition of inbound for English Language Learners
: traveling into a place : inward bound
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