aboard


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a·board

 (ə-bôrd′)
adv.
1. On board a ship, train, aircraft, or other passenger vehicle.
2. At the side; alongside.
3. In or into a group, organization, or business: brought aboard two new designers.
4. Baseball On base.
prep.
On board of; on; in.

[Middle English abord : a-, on; see a-2 + bord, ship (from Old English bord).]

aboard

(əˈbɔːd)
adv, adj, prep (postpositive)
1. on, in, onto, or into (a ship, train, aircraft, etc)
2. (Nautical Terms) nautical alongside (a vessel)
3. all aboard! a warning to passengers to board a vehicle, ship, etc

a•board

(əˈbɔrd, əˈboʊrd)

adv.
1. on board; on, in, or into a ship, train, airplane, bus, etc.: All aboard!
2. alongside; to the side.
3. into a group as a new member: The manager welcomed him aboard.
prep.
4. on board of; on, in, or into: aboard a ship.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.aboard - on a ship, train, plane or other vehicleaboard - on a ship, train, plane or other vehicle
2.aboard - on first or second or third baseaboard - on first or second or third base; "Their second homer with Bob Allison aboard"
baseball, baseball game - a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of nine players; teams take turns at bat trying to score runs; "he played baseball in high school"; "there was a baseball game on every empty lot"; "there was a desire for National League ball in the area"; "play ball!"
3.aboard - side by sideaboard - side by side; "anchored close aboard another ship"
4.aboard - part of a groupaboard - part of a group; "Bill's been aboard for three years now"
Translations
عَلَى ظَهْر
do vlaku apodna paluběna palubu
hajóra száll
um borî
uz kuģa
do vlakuna palubu
na krov
-dee…

aboard

[əˈbɔːd]
A. ADV (Naut) → a bordo
to go aboardembarcar, subir a bordo
to take aboardembarcar, cargar
all aboard! (Rail) → ¡viajeros, al tren!
life aboard is pleasantes agradable la vida de a bordo
B. PREP aboard the shipa bordo del barco
aboard the trainen el tren

aboard

[əˈbɔːrd]
advà bord
all aboard! (into car)en voiture!; (onto ship)tout le monde à bord!
prep [+ ship, plane, flight] → à bord de; [+ train] → dans

aboard

adv (on plane, ship) → an Bord; (on train) → im Zug; (on bus) → im Bus; all aboard!alle an Bord!; (on train, bus) → alles einsteigen!; to go aboardan Bord gehen; they were no sooner aboard than the train/bus moved offsie waren kaum eingestiegen, als der Zug/Bus auch schon abfuhr
prep aboard the ship/planean Bord des Schiffes/Flugzeugs; aboard the train/busim Zug/Bus

aboard

[əˈbɔːd]
1. adv (Naut, Aer) → a bordo
to go aboard → salire a bordo
all aboard! (Rail) → (signori) in carrozza or in vettura! (Naut) → tutti a bordo!
2. prep aboard the shipa bordo (della nave), sulla nave
aboard the train → in or sul treno

aboard

(əˈboːd) adverb, preposition
on(to) or in(to) (a means of transport). We were aboard for several hours; He went aboard the ship/train/aircraft.
References in classic literature ?
Don't laugh, Jo, gentlemen really are very necessary aboard ship, to hold on to, or to wait upon one, and as they have nothing to do, it's a mercy to make them useful, otherwise they would smoke themselves to death, I'm afraid.
A day or two later he got aboard a train and returned to his home in Cleveland.
And, as I wanted to come over to see you, I got aboard.
As a supernumerary official, of some kind or other, aboard a packet-ship, he had visited Europe, and found means, before his return, to see Italy, and part of France and Germany.
What with the ship's surgeon and this other doctor, our only danger will be from drug or pill; more by token, as there is a lot of apothecary's stuff aboard, which I traded for with a Spanish vessel.
It was now quite plain that he must be some abominable savage or other shipped aboard of a whaleman in the South Seas, and so landed in this Christian country.
His necessities supplied, Derick departed; but he had not gained his ship's side, when whales were almost simultaneously raised from the mast-heads of both vessels; and so eager for the chase was Derick, that without pausing to put his oil-can and lamp-feeder aboard, he slewed round his boat and made after the leviathan lamp-feeders.
He was on Ashland Avenue before exhaustion compelled him to slow down, and then, noticing a car, he made a dart for it and drew himself aboard.
In the edge of the evening, a boat was heard coming along, and George Shelby handed Cassy aboard, with the politeness which comes naturally to every Kentuckian, and exerted himself to provide her with a good state-room.
The king got his cargo aboard, and then, the talk not turning upon battle, conquest, or iron-clad duel, he dulled down to drowsiness and went off to take a nap.
The train was just starting, so we jumped aboard and went tearing away in splendid spirits.
The ferryboat was floating with the current, and I allowed I'd have a chance to see who was aboard when she come along, because she would come in close, where the bread did.