Inbox vs. Imbox

By Jaxson

  • Inbox (noun)

    A container in which papers to be dealt with are put.

  • Inbox (noun)

    An electronic folder serving the same purpose.

  • Inbox (noun)

    The aggregate of items that demand one’s attention or effort.

    “The kids, my ex, my parents, the job, bills — my inbox is full.”

  • Inbox (verb)

    To put (something) in someone’s inbox.

    “I just inboxed you the presentation.”

  • Inbox (verb)

    To communicate with (a person) by writing to their electronic inbox.

  • Imbox (verb)

    To enclose in a box.


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