to (cause to) board
a ship or aircraft again
If Gneisenau had returned to Prussia, Wellington would probably have had to re-embark
the British army back to the United Kingdom.
2. (intransitive) ( foll by on)
The Israeli government has started to emphasize that it is ready to re-embark on a
peace process after the Gulf crisis.
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