Outbound

Outbound,

Definition of Outbound:

  1. Traveling away from a particular place, especially on the first leg of a return journey.

  2. Away from a particular place, especially on the first leg of a return journey.

  3. Departing leg of a journey.

  4. Leaving (such as passengers), or going out (such as a flow).

How to use Outbound in a sentence?

  1. You need to make sure that everything that goes outbound from your business sends the right message to the consumers.
  2. An outbound flight.
  3. Be sure to catch the outbound train to reach your destination, because if you accidentally get on the inbound train it will take much longer to reroute to outbound .
  4. There were a lot of outbound flights that day and I did not know which one was my friends and where it was headed.

Meaning of Outbound & Outbound Definition