Inbounds meaning

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The definition of inbounds is inside the boundaries of a game.

An example of something inbounds is a basketball after it is put back in play on the court.

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Involving putting the ball into play by passing it from out of bounds to a teammate in the playing area.
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Being or occurring within the designated boundaries of a playing area.
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Of or relating to putting the ball in play onto the court from out of bounds.

An inbounds pass.

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(sports) Within bounds.

He was still inbounds when he was fouled.

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(sports) Into the inbounds area.

She passed the ball inbounds.

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Plural form of inbound.
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Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inbound.
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Origin of inbounds

  • From in bounds

    From Wiktionary