Definition Of aboard

adverb

on or into (a ship, aircraft, train, or other vehicle).

the plane crashed, killing all 158 people aboard

Example Of aboard

  • A container, the sort used to ship cargo across oceans and aboard trains, became Vienna's emblem last summer.

  • Among Taylor's wins was a victory aboard Bridal Gal in the New Braunfels Stakes on September 17.

  • At the end of the ceremony at sea, a further eight bells were sounded to mark the end of the watch aboard ship - and the first commemoration of the disaster.

  • Before last Sunday week his biggest win came aboard Eva Luna in the Heinz 57 at Leopardstown in 1994.

  • Darryll Holland also showed how to win from the front aboard Barbajuan in the Iveco Daily Solario Stakes.


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