Definition of 'outgoing'
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They are more outgoing with people and other animals and are nearly ready for their next big step. The Sun (2016)The outgoing chairman played his military metaphors in the warm-up act. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most outgoing bosses reward loyal staff with bunches of flowers or bottles of champagne. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We look for outgoing and friendly people who want to be an active part of an international crew. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The new model has just been launched so the last of the outgoing models are now going for bargain prices. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Massive savings against the outgoing model! Times, Sunday Times (2009)Heathrow said that 70 incoming and outgoing flights had been cancelled. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Often the outgoing person is so accustomed to the procedures that he or she forgets to tell the new person many basic details. Christianity Today (2000)Manchester airport said that the incident led to a series of incoming flights being diverted to other airports and minor delays to outgoing flights. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We are told that nurseries make them sad and anxious, but at the same time sociable and outgoing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The outgoing executive chairman gave his last set of yearly results that were up 4.6 per cent and ahead of forecasts. The Sun (2010)The fact that such sentiments have made it into the public domain will raise questions about the effectiveness of prison monitors who screen all outgoing mail. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I've seldom interviewed as warm and outgoing a person. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Others called from the airport as they fought for places on outgoing flights, imploring him to collect their dogs and cats from their homes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Most businesses aim for 5pm to 6pm for outgoing mail. The Sun (2014)Good people skills and an outgoing, friendly manner are essential - you will be an ambassador for the company. The Sun (2010)For instance, a happy person will tend to be more sociable and outgoing, which in turn will strengthen their personal relationships. MAKING HAPPY PEOPLE (2005)The outgoing US president managed to duck both in Baghdad. The Sun (2008)I am generally friendly and outgoing but feel I have given my power away. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'outgoing'
British English: outgoing /ˈaʊtˌɡəʊɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
Outgoing things such as planes, mail, and passengers are leaving or being sent somewhere.
All outgoing flights were cancelled.
- American English: outgoing
- Arabic: صَادِرٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: de partida
- Chinese: 开朗的
- Croatian: odlazni
- Czech: odchozí pošta apod.
- Danish: afgående
- Dutch: uitgaand
- European Spanish: saliente
- Finnish: eroava
- French: extraverti
- German: weggehend
- Greek: εξερχόμενος
- Italian: in partenza
- Japanese: 出て行く
- Korean: 사교적인
- Norwegian: utgående
- Polish: odchodzący
- European Portuguese: de partida
- Romanian: care pleacă
- Russian: уезжающий
- Spanish: extrovertido
- Swedish: utåtriktad
- Thai: ขาออก
- Turkish: dışa dönük
- Ukrainian: вихідний
- Vietnamese: sắp rời đi
Definition of outgoing from the Collins English Dictionary
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