inbound : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s directed or moving inward or toward a center
the inbound train
- Japan's four earlier suspected swine flu cases came from travelers inbound from North America, but this new bout appears to be wholly domestic.
- The totals so far in 2008 are 1,033,655 loaded inbound, 595,232 loaded outbound, and 476,853 empties.
- Accordingly, border guard patrols with police dogs inspected trains inbound from Ukraine, detaining many Ukrainian and Georgian citizens.
- Donovan in SI.com
Obviously, Kevin had the ball and Jo tried to get it to inbound it, and I don't think there was anything that was that bad to me as a coach,Donovan said. "I've got great respect for Stallings. He and I have a good relationship. I think if...
- Robert Horry in Forbes
This is a time when you can go out and use your knowledge,Horry said. "I have been in the league for 15 years, and you tend to read situations because you have seen situations. I can read a situation where someone might inbound the ball...
- Isiah Thomas in Forbes
Our margin of error is very slim,Thomas said. "The little things that add up in the course of a ballgame in terms of a blockout on the foul line or mishandling an inbound possession, that ends up giving a team two or three extra points....