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outboard

[′au̇t‚bȯrd]
(naval architecture)
Toward the outside of a vessel; outside the hull.

outboard

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An area away from the centerline and toward the wing tips. The area closer to the centerline and nearer the fuselage is called inboard.
outbound
i. A flight from the origin.
ii. In a holding pattern, the side opposite to the inbound. It heads toward the holding fix.

outboard

Not built in. Outboard devices are external to the main unit. Contrast with inboard. See offboard.
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