Definition of outbound
: outward bound outbound traffic
Examples of outbound in a Sentence
The airline has canceled all outbound flights.
Recent Examples of outbound from the Web
The next hurdle for Florida remains California, which experienced 7.2 percent growth in traffic that put its outbound passenger count in 2016 at 105.7 million.
An outbound Belgian relief ship, the Imo, had strayed off course.
The first outbound flights from Benina International Airport were to the capital, Tripoli, to Amman, Jordan, and to the southeastern Libyan city of Kufra.
There is one export, though, that is far less celebrated: the unceasing torrent of outbound campaign cash.
Chinese dealmakers announced a staggering $246 billion in outbound takeovers across all sectors last year, but Beijing's regulators have since pumped the breaks.
Its words were taken to heart: Companies like sprawling conglomerate HNA Group and insurer Anbang pushed the country’s outbound acquisitions to more than $200 billion last year, according to Dealogic.
The outbound Milwaukee District West train struck the man, who was walking near the tracks, about 9 p.m., said Metra spokeswoman Meg Reilly.
Overseas travel will also see a fresh boom if the huge market in smaller cities are tapped given that, right now, outbound travelers mainly come from Shanghai, Guangdong, Beijing and coastal provinces like Jiangsu, Zhejiang, and Shandong.
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Definition of outbound for English Language Learners
: traveling away from a place : outward bound
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