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outboard

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

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