Preposition – aboard


Definition:

on or onto a ship, aircraft, bus, or train:

  • The flight attendant welcomed us aboard.
  • Welcome aboard flight BA345 to Tokyo.
  • The train’s about to leave. All aboard!
  • We spent two months aboard ship (= on the ship).

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