out-tray


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out-tray

n
(Commerce) (in an office) a tray for outgoing correspondence, documents, etc
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Noun1.out-tray - a wood or metal receptacle placed on your desk to hold your outgoing materialout-tray - a wood or metal receptacle placed on your desk to hold your outgoing material
receptacle - a container that is used to put or keep things in
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Translations

out-tray

[ˈaʊtˌtreɪ] Nbandeja f de salida
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Lennon will deal with the lot in due time but he was delighted to find one crucial piece of business safely tucked in the office out-tray.
Montpellier was ticked off in his to-do pile two weeks ago and now he has the chance to move the Open 13 to the out-tray.
Applications stay too long in the In-Tray and there is a considerable distance to the Out-Tray.
Perhaps most remarkably, Erik Lamela - once a rabona-toting luxury player in the out-tray of chairman Daniel Levy - has committed more fouls than any Premier League player this season, since Pochettino convinced Levy his fellow Argentine was worth working on.
With that, Santa picked up his sack, filled it with the presents in the out-tray and headed for his sleigh.
As a result perpetual motion has been dumped in the scientific world's out-tray for discarded ideas, along with such as the Philosopher's Stone.