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all aboard!

Definition of all aboard! in English:

A call warning passengers to get on a ship, train, or bus that is about to depart.
Example sentences
  • It's all aboard the Air Train to Denver International Airport - even though passengers won't be loading luggage for another 10 years.
  • Then it's all aboard to see the royal beds (yes, singles; separate rooms), the portable Rolls-Royce Phantom, and the surprisingly naff 1950s furniture.
  • It is all aboard for the 7.45 pm Gravesend Railway Enthusiasts Society meeting on July 30.
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