disembark Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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disembark

verb
 
 
/ˌdɪsɪmˈbɑːk/ TRANSPORT
[I] to get off a plane, train, or boat: Eurostar commuters to Paris disembark at Gare du Nord. Passengers disembarking from arriving planes should proceed to Passport Control.
[T] to take goods or passengers off a plane, train, or boat after it has arrived at a place: Equipment and supplies were disembarked safely.
disembarkation noun [U]
Translations of “disembark”
in Arabic يَترك السفينة…
in Korean 내리다…
in Malaysian mendarat…
in French débarquer…
in Turkish (uçak, gemi, tekne) inmek…
in Italian sbarcare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 下船,下飛機,下車…
in Russian высаживаться, выходить…
in Polish opuszczać pokład, wysiadać…
in Vietnamese lên bờ…
in Spanish desembarcar…
in Portuguese desembarcar…
in Thai ขึ้นฝั่ง…
in German landen…
in Catalan desembarcar…
in Japanese ~が上陸する…
in Indonesian turun ke darat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 下船,下飞机,下车…
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