There are 2 main translations of bordo in English:

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bordo

sustantivo masculino

  • a bordo ya están a bordo
    they're already on board
    cuando subimos a bordo
    when we went aboard o on board
    ¡todos a bordo! huyeron a bordo de un turismo negro [lenguaje periodístico]
    they made their getaway in a black car
    de alto bordo
    (barco)
    ocean-going
    (persona)
    varias figuras de alto bordo
    several VIPs
Example sentences
  • Los 152 pasajeros y tripulantes a bordo murieron.
  • Una joven fue asaltada y golpeada por tres sujetos a bordo de una moto marca pulsar ayer en la madrugada.
  • A bordo habrá lugar para los cuentos de cada uno.

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There are 2 main translations of bordo in English:

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bordó

adjetivo invariable, sustantivo masculino

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