Re-embarking - definition of re-embarking by The Free Dictionary
re-embark (redirected from re-embarking)
1. to (cause to) board a ship or aircraft again
2. (intr) (foll by: on) to recommence a project, venture, etc
Past participle: re-embarked
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The European Commission said Cyprus's economic growth offers an opportunity for the island to address "excessive imbalances" by re-embarking
on the reform process which was put on hold two years ago.
the dangers of re-embarking
on a fresh crop of economically overstretching projects with vast chunks of restructured debt still
I watched cruise ship passengers re-embarking
their vessels after a day on this unique little island.
Indeed, mobility by sea will enable the Marine Expeditionary Brigade to travel up and down the coast, landing, re-embarking
and landing gain.
Everyone felt happier as we wiped our shoes before re-embarking