Examples of disembark in a sentence
The plane's crew members were the last ones to disembark.
the cruise passengers disembarked as soon as they got to the terminal in Miami
Origin and Etymology of disembark
Middle French desembarquer, from des- dis- + embarquer to embark
First Known Use: 1582
DISEMBARK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disembark for English Language Learners
: to leave a ship or airplane
: to remove (something or someone) from a ship or airplane
DISEMBARK Defined for Kids
Definition of disembark for Students
: to leave or remove from a ship or airplane
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