Definition of onboard
: carried within or occurring aboard a vehicle (such as a satellite or an automobile) an onboard computer onboard recorders
Examples of onboard in a Sentence
The car comes with an onboard computer.
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American Airlines and United Airlines also use ViaSat for onboard connectivity on certain domestic U.S. routes.
The Department of Homeland Security ordered airlines operating from 10 Middle Eastern and African airports to prevent passengers from carrying onboard electronic device larger than a cell phone, on direct flights to the United States.
The kill vehicle uses onboard sensors and thrusters, along with data from the ground, to rapidly calculate the direction and speed needed to find and destroy the incoming warhead.
Condé Nast Traveler reached out to a range of airlines, both domestic and international, and all responses tied the onboard legal drinking age to the laws of the airline’s home country.
Chernuchin is the second new showrunner to come onboard SVU in as many years.
HAL guides Discovery to Jupiter; almost 20 years ago, the United States launched two unmanned Voyager spacecraft, which were largely guided by onboard computers, to Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, and beyond.
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: carried or happening on a vehicle
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