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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincomingin‧com‧ing /ˈɪnkʌmɪŋ/ adjective [only before noun]  1 ARRIVEarriving at or coming to a place opp outgoing incoming flights Incoming calls were monitored. the incoming tide2 NEWan incoming president, government etc has just been elected or chosen opp outgoing the incoming administration
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incomingClearly, incoming coal supplies and outgoing cloth could be easily transported.The incoming Conservative government was determined to reduce this.Disknet gives the user no other choice than to stick to a routine of checking each incoming diskette for viruses.All incoming flights are being delayed by fog.Women made up 40% of the incoming freshman class this year.Sophomore Marvin Powell will have a chance to get a head start at fullback over incoming freshman Ted Iacenda.The year after I was graduated, they built a whole new high school to handle the incoming hordes.Each neuron is a node where thousands of wires converge, where incoming mail is digested and sometimes turned into outgoing mail.The crash occurred when a freight train collided with an incoming passenger train.Rod Carew would insert a big chew to tighten his face and help him focus on an incoming pitch.The noise of the incoming tide had interrupted their games on the sand further out in the estuary.
From Longman Business Dictionaryincomingin‧com‧ing /ˈɪnkʌmɪŋ/ adjective [only before a noun]1TRAVELan incoming plane, train etc is arriving at a place SYN inbound AmEFog is causing delays to incoming flights.2incoming telephone calls, enquiries etc are received by someone rather than being made by themautomatic filing of incoming and outgoingmail3an incoming government, president, leader etc has just been elected or has just started a new jobMany analysts expect the incoming chief executive to streamline the company. compare outgoing
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