aboard definition

  • adverb:
    • on-board a ship, train, aircraft, or other traveler vehicle.
    • at part; alongside.
    • In or into an organization, business, or company: brought aboard two brand new designers.
    • Baseball On base.
    • up to speed; into or within a ship or boat; therefore, into or within a railway vehicle.
    • Alongside.
    • element of a bunch
    • on a ship, train, jet or any other car
    • on very first or 2nd or third base
    • side by side
  • preposition:
    • On board of; on; in.
    • On board of.
    • around; athwart.
  • others:
    • on deck or perhaps in the hold of a ship or vessel; into or upon a vessel.
    • along with; by the side; on a single side.
    • agreeable; into.
    • Upon; across; athwart.
  • noun:
    • Approach. Additionally spelled abord.

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