deboard

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English[edit]

Iraqi children and their escorts deboard an Air Force C-17 Globemaster III at Baghdad International Airport in 2006.

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de- +‎ board

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deboard (third-person singular simple present deboards, present participle deboarding, simple past and past participle deboarded)

  1. To exit a form of transportation such as a boat, ship, airplane, trolley, streetcar or spaceship.
    President Ford fell as he deboarded Air Force One.
    He was earlier detained late Tuesday after deboarding a British Airways flight from London.

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