deboard

deboard


Past participle: deboarded
Gerund: deboarding

Imperative
deboard
deboard
Present
I deboard
you deboard
he/she/it deboards
we deboard
you deboard
they deboard
Preterite
I deboarded
you deboarded
he/she/it deboarded
we deboarded
you deboarded
they deboarded
Present Continuous
I am deboarding
you are deboarding
he/she/it is deboarding
we are deboarding
you are deboarding
they are deboarding
Present Perfect
I have deboarded
you have deboarded
he/she/it has deboarded
we have deboarded
you have deboarded
they have deboarded
Past Continuous
I was deboarding
you were deboarding
he/she/it was deboarding
we were deboarding
you were deboarding
they were deboarding
Past Perfect
I had deboarded
you had deboarded
he/she/it had deboarded
we had deboarded
you had deboarded
they had deboarded
Future
I will deboard
you will deboard
he/she/it will deboard
we will deboard
you will deboard
they will deboard
Future Perfect
I will have deboarded
you will have deboarded
he/she/it will have deboarded
we will have deboarded
you will have deboarded
they will have deboarded
Future Continuous
I will be deboarding
you will be deboarding
he/she/it will be deboarding
we will be deboarding
you will be deboarding
they will be deboarding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deboarding
you have been deboarding
he/she/it has been deboarding
we have been deboarding
you have been deboarding
they have been deboarding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deboarding
you will have been deboarding
he/she/it will have been deboarding
we will have been deboarding
you will have been deboarding
they will have been deboarding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deboarding
you had been deboarding
he/she/it had been deboarding
we had been deboarding
you had been deboarding
they had been deboarding
Conditional
I would deboard
you would deboard
he/she/it would deboard
we would deboard
you would deboard
they would deboard
Past Conditional
I would have deboarded
you would have deboarded
he/she/it would have deboarded
we would have deboarded
you would have deboarded
they would have deboarded
Translations

deboard

(US)
vi (from train, bus, plane) → aussteigen; (from boat) → ausschiffen
vt train, bus, planeaussteigen aus; boatausschiffen aus
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THERE is a power blackout in Amsterdam, "major"by local standards, I am told, as I deboard at the Amsterdam Central Railway Station.
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The plane touches down, the coaches deboard, they climb some stairs to get into the base, and the captain greets him in a UCLA hat.
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His is a comfortable house, indicated by the wallpaper and the whiskey decanters which adorn the si deboard.
In Jennings, two plainclothes narcotics police officers at the Cincinnati Airport observed the defendant, an African-American, deboard a plane from Newark, New Jersey, an alleged drug source.