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aboard
American English: /əˈbɔrd/
British English: /əˈbɔːd/

Translation of aboard in Spanish:

adverb

  • (on ship, aircraft)
    (on train)
    en el tren
    (on bus)
    en el autobús
    to go aboard all aboard!
    (ship)
    ¡pasajeros a bordo!
    (train)
    ¡pasajeros (suban) al tren!
    welcome aboard!
    (said to passengers)
    ¡bienvenidos a bordo!
    (said to new employee)
    ¡bienvenido!
    Example sentences
    • Perhaps the customers have magically climbed aboard a ship.
    • Most rail passengers felt uneasy as they climbed aboard their first train after the Paddington disaster.
    • I climb aboard the train a minute or two before it pulls out of the station and find to my horror that my seat is taken.

preposition

  • a bordo de
    aboard the ship/plane
    a bordo del barco/avión
    he enjoyed life aboard ship
    le gustaba la vida de a bordo
    aboard the bus/train
    en el autobús/tren

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