Definition of 'boarding card'
Example sentences containing 'boarding card'
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Seemed sort of lost, so I collected her boarding card with mine and we got seats together. THE QUEST FOR KAh can't honestly say ah remember her taking her boarding card off me, but ah did see her over at the carousel. THE QUEST FOR KShe'd only talked to him because he fetched her boarding card and it kept the others away. THE QUEST FOR K
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Translations for 'boarding card'
British English: boarding card /ˈbɔːdɪŋ kɑːd/ NOUN
A boarding card is a card which a passenger must have when boarding a plane or a boat.
- American English: boarding card
- Arabic: تَصْرِيح الرُكُوب
- Brazilian Portuguese: cartão de embarque
- Chinese: 登机牌
- Croatian: ukrcajna karta
- Czech: palubní lístek
- Danish: boardingpas
- Dutch: instapkaart
- European Spanish: tarjeta de embarque
- Finnish: tarkistuskortti
- French: carte d’embarquement
- German: Bordkarte
- Greek: κάρτα επιβίβασης
- Italian: carta d’imbarco
- Japanese: 搭乗券
- Korean: 탑승권
- Norwegian: boarding-kort
- Polish: karta pokładowa
- European Portuguese: cartão de embarque
- Romanian: carte de îmbarcare
- Russian: посадочный талон
- Spanish: tarjeta de embarque
- Swedish: boardingkort
- Thai: บัตรขึ้นเครื่องบินหรือยานพาหนะ
- Turkish: biniş kartı
- Ukrainian: посадковий талон
- Vietnamese: thẻ lên tàu/máy bay
Definition of boarding card from the Collins English Dictionary
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