Definition of 'on board'
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Offers include all meals and entertainment on board ship & all taxes and surcharges. The Sun (2016)The electronic information signs on board the trains will also be upgraded. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And when you're all explored out, you can discover more amazing things back on board ship. The Sun (2017)They have been blocking roads with trees and other obstacles to allow migrants to climb on board vehicles heading for the UK. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What was it like to live on board for months on end? Christianity Today (2000)The wages paid to cabin crew on board a single aircraft also vary wildly. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What might have happened on board the plane that night? Times, Sunday Times (2014)This book will be revised next year to take on board any comments. Food Watch (1994)Not that the stuff you can buy on board an aircraft is much better. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Intelligence checks failed to prove any suspicions about the other people on board the plane. The Sun (2014)B&Q jumped on board the green train this year by pledging to source all its timber from legal forest sources. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Passengers will soon be able to use their mobile phones to buy a ticket as they hop on board the train. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Facilities & entertainment on board ship. The Sun (2014)Up to a point this was done, but only from on board ship. VOYAGES OF DELUSION: The Search for the North West Passage in the Age of Reason (2002)They get to live on board a boat - and learn to tow the line. Tuning the Rig: A Journey to the Arctic (1990)I work a month on board ship and a month off. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The report also criticised Evergreen for failing to ensure that a full set of airport charts was on board. Times, Sunday Times (2006)At such speeds a trip to the edge of the galaxy would take just 80 years for those on board. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They've still got a top choreographer on board, mind. The Sun (2013)We fly more than 400,000 people with disabilities per year, helping them through the airport and also on board. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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