Definition of preboard in English:

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Pronunciation: /priːˈbɔːd/


[with object]
Allow (a particular passenger or group of passengers) to board an aircraft before the rest of the passengers.
Example sentences
  • Standing near us, also waiting to pre-board, was a group of six Middle Eastern men.
  • They say they're going to pre-board those passengers in need of special assistance.
  • I drove him to the Newark airport, and you know how they let you pre-board with small children?

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