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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The conductor of the bus asked the woman to deboard the bus and even snatched away her journey ticket to erase any proof of the journey.
A report in Egypt Today revealed that prior to the third line's operational commencement, commuters would deboard at Attaba station on Line 3 and use other means of transport, such as microbuses, to reach Heliopolis.
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As their flight landed in New Delhi, instead of rushing to deboard the plane, the fellow passengers, in a gesture of gratitude, waited for the proud parents to deboard first."
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He also announced that both train connections between India and Bangladesh-'Maitre Express' and 'Bandhan Express' have been incorporated with end-to-end immigration service 'Once you board the train in Bangladesh after immigration, you directly deboard at your destination station in India without stopping at the border- which was the earlier practice.
Courtney Adkins, who was traveling with her family of four, including a two-year-old and a four-year-old, said passengers on board the plane had to wait for two hours before they were allowed to deboard the jet at Los Angeles.
A cable problem forced hundreds of commuters to deboard the Light Rail Transit (LRT)-2 trains on Wednesday morning, marking the first time the LRT-2 line encountered operational problems this year.
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