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embark

verb [I]  us   /ɪmˈbɑrk/
to go on to a ship or an aircraft: We embarked at Miami for our Caribbean cruise.
Translations of “embark”
in Arabic يَركَب السفينة…
in Korean 승선하다…
in Malaysian menaiki kapal…
in French (s’)embarquer…
in Turkish gemiye/tekneye/uçağa binmek…
in Italian imbarcarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 上船…
in Russian садиться на корабль, самолет…
in Polish wchodzić na pokład, wsiadać…
in Vietnamese lên tàu…
in Spanish embarcar…
in Portuguese embarcar…
in Thai ลงเรือ…
in German sich einschiffen…
in Catalan embarcar…
in Japanese ~に乗船する, ~に搭乗する…
in Indonesian naik kapal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 上船…
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