incoming definition

  • adjective:
    • to arrive or around to come in: incoming trains; incoming post; incoming mortar fire.
    • planning to believe an office or place: the inbound governor.
    • coming (or just around in the future) in
    • succeeding to an office
    • Coming in; accruing.
    • Coming in, succeeding, or following, as occupant or possessor.
    • penetrating upon a position of workplace vacated by another
    • coming to a spot or place
  • noun:
    • The act of arriving; arrival.
    • earnings; income. Frequently used in the plural.
    • The work of arriving; arrival
    • The work of to arrive; arrival.
    • earnings; gain.
    • The work of to arrive, entering, or showing up.
    • whatever will come in; income; gain; way to obtain income.
    • the act of entering
  • interjection:
    • a warning that anything is coming towards you; specifically enemy artillery fire
  • others:
    • arriving as an occupant, office-holder, and/or love: because, an incoming tenant; the incoming administration.
    • to arrive due to the fact produce of work, home, or company; accruing.
    • Ensuing: as, the incoming week.

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