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out·go·ing

 (out′gō′ĭng)
adj.
1.
a. Going out or away; departing: an outgoing passenger train.
b. Retiring from or relinquishing a place, position, or office: the outgoing chairperson.
c. Addressed for sending: outgoing mail.
2. Sociable and responsive to others; friendly: a warm, outgoing personality.
3. Intended to be taken out, as from a restaurant: outgoing orders of Chinese food.

out·go′ing·ness n.

outgoing

(ˈaʊtˌɡəʊɪŋ)
adj
1. departing; leaving
2. leaving or retiring from office: the outgoing chairman.
3. friendly and sociable
n
the act of going out

out•go•ing

(ˈaʊtˌgoʊ ɪŋ or, for 5, -ˈgoʊ-)

adj.
1. going out; departing: outgoing trains.
2. leaving or retiring from a position or office: the outgoing mayor.
3. addressed and ready for posting: outgoing mail.
4. of or pertaining to food prepared for delivery or consumption off the premises.
5. interested in and responsive to others; friendly; sociable.
n.
6. the act of going out.
7. something that goes out.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.outgoing - leaving a place or a position; "an outgoing steamship"
past - earlier than the present time; no longer current; "time past"; "his youth is past"; "this past Thursday"; "the past year"
incoming - arriving at a place or position; "incoming class"; "incoming mail"
2.outgoing - retiring from a position or office; "the outgoing president"
incoming - entering upon a position of office vacated by another; "the incoming president"
3.outgoing - at ease in talking to others
sociable - inclined to or conducive to companionship with others; "a sociable occasion"; "enjoyed a sociable chat"; "a sociable conversation"; "Americans are sociable and gregarious"

outgoing

outgoing

adjective
Disposed to be open, sociable, and talkative:
Translations
صَادِرٌمُسْتَقيل، الذي انتَهَت مُدَّتُهوُدّي، وَدود
odchozí
afgåendeudadvendt
eroava
odlazni
távozó
fráfarandi; sem er á útleiîopinn, félagslyndur
出て行く
사교적인
pasitraukiantis
aizejošsdraudzīgskomunikablstāds, kam beidzas pilnvaru termiņš
odstupujúci
utåtriktad
ขาออก
sắp rời đi

outgoing

[ˈaʊtˌgəʊɪŋ] ADJ
1. [president] → saliente; [government] → cesante; [boat, train, mail] → de salida; [flight] → de ida; [tide] → que baja
2. [character] → extrovertido, sociable

outgoing

[ˌaʊtˈgəʊɪŋ] adj
[president, tenant] → sortant(e)
(= extrovert) [character] → extraverti(e)
She's very outgoing → Elle est très extravertie.
[mail] → sortant(e); [flight] → sortant(e)
This box is for outgoing mail → Cette boîte est pour le courrier sortant.

outgoing

adj
tenantausziehend; office holderscheidend; train, boathinausfahrend; flighthinausgehend; (Telec) cablewegführend, hinausführend; callabgehend; outgoing tideablaufendes Wasser, Ebbe f; the outgoing flight for New Yorkder Flug nach New York
personalityaus sich herausgehend, kontaktfreudig
pl outgoingsAusgaben pl

outgoing

[ˈaʊtˌgəʊɪŋ] adj
a. (president, tenant) → uscente; (means of transport) → in partenza
b. (character) → socievole, estroverso/a

outgoing

(autˈgouiŋ) adjective
1. friendly. a very outgoing personality.
2. going out; leaving. the outgoing president.

outgoing

صَادِرٌ odchozí afgående weggehend εξερχόμενος extrovertido, saliente eroava extraverti odlazni in partenza 出て行く 사교적인 uitgaand utgående odchodzący de partida уезжающий utåtriktad ขาออก dışa dönük sắp rời đi 开朗的

outgoing

n. salida, ida, partida; a. saliente, cesante; expansivo-a.

outgoing

adj extrovertido
References in classic literature ?
In the Multiple board, as it grew up under the hands of Scribner, the outgoing wires are duplicated so as to be within reach of every operator.
The outgoing tide exposed star-fish and sea-urchins, and the children tried to catch the flakes of foam which the wind blew away.
The errors of the South Sea missions are pointed out with even more force than in 'Typee,' and it is a fact that both these books have ever since been of the greatest value to outgoing missionaries on account of the exact information contained in them with respect to the islanders.
There was a winch for the pulling in of the slack; the outgoing line being controlled by a racket.
Every negro in England was put under special regulations and made to report himself; the outgoing ships would no more have taken a nigger than a basilisk.
That this might be accomplished within the day was the explanation of the reverberation occurring so soon after midnight, the aim of the carters being to reach the door of the outgoing households by six o'clock, when the loading of their movables at once began.
With her usual tendency to over-estimate the good in others, she felt a great outgoing of her heart towards Rosamond, for the generous effort which had redeemed her from suffering, not counting that the effort was a reflex of her own energy.
Though his mind was firmly made up, during the several days of the Makambo in Sydney, lying alongside the Burns Philp Dock, he saw to every detail of the cleaning up after the last crowd of outgoing passengers, and to every detail of preparation for the next crowd of incoming passengers who had tickets bought for the passage far away to the coral seas and the cannibal isles.
There were lady tourists on the outgoing steamer, and Bertie was again a hero, while Captain Malu, as usual, passed unnoticed.
A curious seeker, she stood for a while at the verge of the sea that tells so little, but tells a little, and watched the outgoing of this last tremendous tide.
There was no sense of present danger to check the outgoing of her mind to the old home; and she strained her eyes against the curtain of gloom that she might seize the first sight of her whereabout,--that she might catch some faint suggestion of the spot toward which all her anxieties tended.
It was decided that movement of incoming and outgoing persons in 329 seminaries in federal capital will be checked .