In-box meaning

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A box or tray, as on an office worker's desk, into which new memos, mail, etc. are placed.
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A folder, as in e-mail software, in which received or unread messages are automatically stored.
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A container in which all the papers to be dealt with are put.
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(computing) An electronic folder serving the same purpose.
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(figuratively) The aggregate of items that demand one's attention or effort.

The kids, my ex, my parents, the job, bills — my in-box is full.

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To put in (someone's) in-box.

I just in-boxed you the presentation.

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Origin of in-box

  • in + box

    From Wiktionary