aboardadverb, prepositionuk /əˈbɔːd/ us /-ˈbɔːrd/
- He was a radio technician aboard the USS Missouri.
- Many experiments are carried out in the weightless conditions which are experienced aboard space stations.
- I jumped aboard the motor boat and we set off for the island.
- Nobody is allowed aboard the plane without a security check.
- The bus drove off just as she was climbing aboard.