Inbound definition

ĭnbound
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The definition of inbound is something that moves inward.

An example of inbound is the freeway that goes toward the city center.

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Bound inward; incoming.

A subway traveling inbound; inbound commuter traffic.

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To put (the ball) into play by passing it from out of bounds to a teammate on the court.
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Traveling or going inward.
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(basketball) To put (the ball) in play onto the court from out of bounds.
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Coming in, heading inwards.
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(basketball) To pass a ball inbounds.

Smith inbounds the ball to Johnson.

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(logistics) An inbound shipment.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
inbound
Plural:
inbounds

Origin of inbound

  • in +‎ bound

    From Wiktionary