Definition of reboard in English:

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reboard

Pronunciation: /riːˈbɔːd/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

verb

[with object]
(Of a passenger) board (a ship or vehicle) again: after breakfast we reboarded our coach for the journey to the French coast
More example sentences
  • How would it be possible for them to have reboarded the ship?
  • Cale waved sadly as Biorman reboarded the ship and the hatch hastily closed.
  • But trouble started even before the away fans' coaches arrived at the ground when a number of fans stopped for a drink in Chapeltown and refused to reboard their coaches.

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