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Translation of "aboard" - English-Spanish dictionary

aboard

adverb, preposition   /əˈbɔːd/
on or onto a plane, ship, bus, or train a bordo (de) Welcome aboard flight 109 to Paris. After saying goodbye to her parents at the dock, Winnie went aboard.
(Definition of aboard from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

aboard

adverb, preposition /əˈboːd/
on(to) or in(to) (a means of transport) a bordo (de) He made us really feel that his boat was our home while we were aboard He went aboard the ship/train/aircraft.
(Definition of aboard from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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