in-tray

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in-tray (plural in-trays)

  1. (Britain, Ireland) A desktop organizer; inbox, in-basket.
  2. (by extension) The amount of new work yet to be done.
    • 2021 May 19, Paul Clifton asks Mick Cash, “I am retiring on my own terms”, in RAIL, number 931, page 51:
      What will be at the top of the new General Secretary's in-tray?

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