Aboard ( adverb , preposition )

(As an adverb)

Aboard ( adverb )

  1. On or onto a ship, train, plane, or other vehicle.
  2. On or into a particular person or group.

Origin:

From a- + board, meaning "on board".

Examples:

  1. The passengers are all aboard the plane.
  2. He walked aboard the ship.
  3. The team is aboard the bus and ready to leave.
  4. She came aboard the company as a consultant.
  5. He is aboard the project as the lead designer.

(As a preposition)

Aboard ( preposition )

  1. On or onto a ship, train, plane, or other vehicle.
  2. On or into a particular person or group.

Origin:

From a- + board, meaning "on board".

Examples:

  1. The passengers are all aboard the plane.
  2. He walked aboard the ship.
  3. The team is aboard the bus and ready to leave.
  4. She came aboard the company as a consultant.
  5. He is aboard the project as the lead designer.
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