disembark


disembark

verb

Definition of DISEMBARK

1
to go ashore from a ship <the cruise passengers disembarked as soon as they got to the terminal in Miami>
Synonyms debark, land
Related Words beach; anchor, dock, put in
Near Antonyms board, get (on); weigh (anchor)
Antonyms embark
2
to come down from something (as a vehicle) <before you disembark, make sure you haven't left anything on your seat>
Related Words deplane, detrain
Near Antonyms board, climb (aboard), get in, mount; enplane (also emplane), entrain
Antonyms embark

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