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Definition of the verb Reboard
What does Reboard mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: reboarded | reboarding | reboards
- [transitive, intransitive] To board (a vehicle, etc.) again.
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Modern Dictionary Of Tourism (2002)
by Karan Raj
Reboard. To go back onto a ship or plane or train or bus again; after visiting the church, the party will reboard the coach and drive to the hotel. Rechaud. French ( meaning 'stove') small heater (usually with a spirit lamp under it) for keeping food ...
by Random House
-eaboard, freeboard, keyboard, leeboard, preboard, reboard, seaboard. -eacher, beacher, bleacher, breacher, breecher, creature, feature, leacher, peacher, preacher, readier, treadle; back-pedal, soft- pedal; intermeddle, service medal.
by A & C Black Publishers Ltd
window reboardreboard /ri | bɔd/ verb TRAVEL to go back onto a ship, plane, train or bus again After visiting the church, the party will reboard the coach and drive to the hotel. receiptreceipt /ri|sit/ noun 1. a piece of paper showing that money ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations by Examples from the Best Writers : to which are Prefixed a History of the Language, and an English Grammar by Samuel Johnson
PA's reboard. adj. Made of pasteboard. Put filkworms on whited brown paper into a pose83ard box. Mortimer. PA's rel. n.s. [glasium.] An herb. Ainsw. PA's Te RN. m. s. [pasturon, Fr.] 1. That part of the leg of a horse between the joint next the ...
by Allan Beaver
Sometimes, local laws require passengers to leave an aircraft during refuelling; in these circumstances, passengers are kept in a holding area or transit lounge, and must reboard the aircraft. TEDIS Trade Electronic Data Interchange Systems.
It is a cedar, clinker-built boat, from 25 to 27 feet long, about 7 feet in breadth, with 4 thwarts, a cent reboard or none, as desired, and is fitted with air-tanks and delivery-tubes. Its light weight, as compared with the cumbersome English lifeboat, ...