[ UK /ɐbˈɔːd/ ]
[ US /əˈbɔɹd/ ]
  1. on first or second or third base
    Their second homer with Bob Allison aboard
  2. side by side
    anchored close aboard another ship
  3. part of a group
    Bill's been aboard for three years now
  4. on a ship, train, plane or other vehicle
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How To Use aboard In A Sentence

  • The Pandora survivors managed to climb aboard tenders and reach the safety of a sand cay.
  • The journey north-west from Edinburgh is a delight, with lush pasturelands giving way to the rugged beauty of the Trossachs and then Argyll and the western seaboard.
  • Airwing flight handlers prepare to launch a Navy F / 18 fighter aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt on Monday.
  • Here he climbs aboard the ‘longest train in the world’, breaking his journey at Chinguetti.
  • Perhaps they should have to pass their cycling proficiency test before climbing aboard. Times, Sunday Times
  • This done with expedition, like men skilful in such mischief, as they took their cockboat to go aboard their own ship, it was overwhelmed in the sea, and certain of these men there drowned; the rest were preserved even by those silly souls whom they had before spoiled, who saved and delivered them aboard the _Swallow_. Sir Humphrey Gilbert's Voyage to Newfoundland
  • She climbed aboard the Mumbles train and huddled in a seat in the warmth of the lower deck.
  • A wide area of coastal plains extends across the western seaboard, a region of phosphate mining and the cultivation of citrus, olives, tobacco, and grains.
  • An annual music festival would include opera performances aboard container vessels. Times, Sunday Times
  • Australian authorities have found no signs of foul play aboard a Taiwanese fishing boat found adrift and abandoned off western Australia.
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