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on·board

 (ŏn-bôrd′, ôn-)
adj.
1. Carried or used aboard a vehicle or vessel: onboard radar systems.
2. Participating in or supporting an effort: I contacted my sisters to make sure they were onboard before I booked the beach house for our vacation.
adv.
1. Onto a vehicle or vessel: "His 'semi-fiancée' came onboard at Cape Town" (Dale Peterson).
2. Into a state of participation of support for an effort: "If you were running one of the organization's programs or schools, you did everything you could to get the parents onboard" (Paul Tough).
prep.
Aboard: "the long hours onboard an aircraft on the way to some diplomatic engagement abroad" (Molly Worthen).
tr.v. on·board·ed, on·board·ing, on·boards
To introduce to a system or process: a human resources administrator who onboards new hires.

onboard

adj
on a ship, train, aircraft, or spacecraft
adv
(Automotive Engineering) into or onto a moveable craft, esp a ship
Translations
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But not to speak of the quality of these articles of sailors' fare, the abundance in which they are put onboard a whaling vessel is almost incredible.
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None of the aircraft had flight plans or used onboard transponders, only one IL-20 kept radio contact with the regional air traffic control centre.
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KIELDER Water Sailing Club has achieved Royal Yachting Association OnBoard status.
TUNIS (TAP)- The Tunisian Shipping Company (CTN) announced in a press release Monday the cancellation of the outbound crossing Tunis-Marseille onboard "Carthage" ship, initially scheduled for Tuesday, March 3, due to a strike of the company's officers.
Dubai, UAE, - In the first three years since Emirates launched inflight WiFi connectivity, over half a million passengers have connected to the internet onboard an Emirates flight, and this demand is expected to increase exponentially.
Onboard Wi-Fi is available on all of Emirates' 53 A380s and on 28 Boeing 777s, which serve routes across six continents.
Other pictures show the club making the most of the facilities with their Pirates counterparts YOUNG sailors from Tees & Hartlepool Yacht Club enjoyed a fun day at Derwent Reservoir Sailing Club with other Royal Yachting Association (RYA) OnBoard Clubs across the North-east .
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