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incoming

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈɪnˌkʌmɪŋ/
TRANSPORT arriving at, or coming into a place: incoming flights/passengers The airport remains closed to all incoming flights until tomorrow morning. An air filter can be used to cool incoming air.
COMMUNICATIONS, IT if a telephone call or message is incoming, it is being received rather than sent: incoming call/fax All incoming calls should be forwarded to voicemail. incoming mail/email/message incoming signal/data/information
about to start doing an important job, such as managing a company or governing a country: incoming government/administration The incoming administration plans to revise the tax laws. an incoming director/chair/manager
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