disembark definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To go ashore from a ship.
    • to go out of an automobile or aircraft.
    • going ashore out of a ship or ship; to leave a ship; to debark.
    • going ashore from a ship.
    • to go out of a vehicle or aircraft.
    • To go ashore out of a ship or motorboat; to leave a ship; to debark.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To just take ashore from a ship.
    • to get rid of from on-board a vessel; to place on shore; to secure; to debark.
    • To just take ashore from a ship.
    • to eliminate from on board a vessel; to place on coast; to secure; to debark.
  • verb:
    • To remove from on board a vessel; to hold shore; to land; to debark.
    • going ashore out of a ship or motorboat; to go out of a train or plane; to debark.
    • go ashore
    • to get rid of from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to secure; to debark.
    • going ashore regarding a ship or boat; to go out of a train or plane; to debark.
    • go-ashore
  • others:
    • To debark; pull from onboard a ship on land; unload; apply coast; land: as, the typical disembarked the troops at sunrise.
    • To land from a ship; carry on shore, as at the end of a voyage.
    • To debark; eliminate from onboard a ship toward land; unload; placed on shore; land: as, the typical disembarked the troops at sunrise.
    • To land from a ship; go on shore, as at the end of a voyage.

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