Traducción de inbound en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈɪnbaʊnd//ˈɪnbaʊnd/


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    inbound flights were delayed los vuelos estaban llegando con retraso
    • inbound passengers los pasajeros que llegaban (or llegan etc.)
    • Ten inbound long-haul flights, including from the US, Japan, South Africa, India and Japan, were also due to take off.
    • I decided that at some point we would have to bail out and return on the next inbound car.
    • The traffic in and out of normal nodes wouldn't be capable of travelling between two subscribers; there are no inbound routes.
    • Delta Airlines said that it expects its first inbound flights from Canada to arrive later today and intends to resume service from European cities tomorrow.
    • Those lanes had been carrying inbound traffic during the latest phase of the Fort Pitt Bridge and Tunnels reconstruction project.
    • Ellis left us after lunch, walking back to the station by himself and taking the next inbound Metro North express train to return to the city.
    • The outbound tunnel is now being used for inbound traffic.
    • Despite the fact we still travel abroad twice as much as inbound tourists visit us, holidays at home are hard to beat.
    • I can understand how you would be worried by such a thing except for the fact that to the best of my knowledge planes never take off over Richmond, it's part of the inbound flight path!
    • In 2002, about 31 per cent of the total passenger traffic used the airport as an inbound transfer/transit point.
    • Last month more than half of the passengers passing through Prestwick were inbound travellers.
    • The outbound tunnel was rehabilitated last year and is being used for inbound traffic this year.
    • Every year, Taiwan registers around eight million outbound travelers and two million inbound visitors.
    • The existing line in the road will be burnt off and extra width given to the inbound traffic to form two lines.
    • That traffic entering and emerging from Straylands Grove to Malton Road interrupts the inbound bus lane.
    • The growth in the number of Canadians travelling abroad continues to outpace the performance of inbound travellers.
    • The spokesman also said that the lane only applies for inbound traffic for three hours during the morning and evening rush hours on weekdays.
    • One inbound and return flight to Heathrow was cancelled but other delays were kept to a minimum.
    • U.S. Cellular is on the south side of Chicago, and inbound evening rush-hour traffic from the north and west has become oppressive.
    • The experiment re-routed inbound traffic through the adjacent Victorian archway, which was previously used only by outbound vehicles.