aboard

英 [əˈbɔːd]

美 [əˈbɔːrd]

adv./prep.  在(船、飞机、公共汽车、火车等)上; 上(船、飞机、公共汽车、火车等)

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Collins.2 / BNC.7625 / COCA.4984

#牛津词典回顶部

 adv.

 prep.

  • 在(船、飞机、公共汽车、火车等)上;上(船、飞机、公共汽车、火车等)
    on or onto a ship, plane, bus or train
    1. We went aboard.
      我们上了船。
    2. He was already aboard the plane.
      他已经登机了。
    3. The plane crashed killing all 157 passengers aboard.
      飞机坠毁,机上157名乘客全部遇难。
    4. All aboard! (= the bus, boat, etc. is leaving soon)
      请大家上车(或船等)!(表示马上就要开了)
    5. Welcome aboard! (= used to welcome passengers or a person joining a new organization, etc.)
      欢迎乘坐(或欢迎加盟)!

#柯林斯词典回顶部

  • PREP 在(船、飞机等)上
    If you are aboard a ship or plane, you are on it or in it.
    1. She invited 750 people aboard the luxury yacht, the Savarona...
      她邀请了750人乘坐豪华游艇“萨瓦罗纳”号。
    2. They said goodbye to him as he got aboard the train at Union Station.
      当他在联合火车站登上火车之际,他们向他道别。
    3. Aboard is also an adverb.
    4. It had taken two hours to load all the people aboard...
      花了两个小时才让所有乘客都上了船。
    5. The United States has a naval task force offshore, with two thousand marines aboard.
      美国在近海驻有海军特遣部队,船上共两千名海军陆战队官兵。

#英英释义回顶部

 adv

  • on first or second or third base
    1. Their second homer with Bob Allison aboard
    Synonym: on base
  • on a ship, train, plane or other vehicle
      Synonym: on board
    1. part of a group
      1. Bill's been aboard for three years now
    2. side by side
      1. anchored close aboard another ship
      Synonym: alongside

    #双语例句回顶部

    • They said goodbye to him as he got aboard the train at Union Station.
      当他在联合火车站登上火车之际,他们向他道别。
    • As the ship berthed in New York, McClintock was with the first immigration officers aboard.
      船停靠在纽约后,麦克林托克和第一批移民局官员登上了船。
    • Once aboard we were soon helpless with laughter at the absurdity of it
      一上飞机我们就按捺不住,大笑起这事的荒唐。
    • The most junior executive officer outranked the senior engineer officer aboard ship.
      在舰船上,级别最低的副舰长也位列级别最高的轮机官之上。
    • Joseph watched a shady-looking bunch playing cards aboard a Mississippi steamer.
      约瑟夫看到一群可疑的人在密西西比河的一艘轮船上打牌。
    • One of them climbed aboard a soapbox and began informing the locals why gays should be allowed in the military.
      他们中间的一个人登上了小讲台,开始跟当地人讲军队为什么应该允许招募同性恋者。
    • A large stash of drugs had been found aboard the yacht.
      在游艇上找到了一大批藏匿的毒品。
    • Ships with unfurled sails wait to take them aboard
      船只扬起风帆,等待他们上船。
    • We must not take combustible goods aboard.
      我们不可带易燃品上船[车]。
    • Byron was back aboard the cramped devilfish.
      拜伦又回到了狭窄的“乌贼号”上。
    • The day I came aboard, the company had announced a third-quarter loss of almost$ 160 million, the worst deficit in its history.
      我到职之日,公司宣布:第三季度亏损几乎达到一亿六千万美元,这是历史上最大的亏空。
    • He checked their names off as they went aboard the plane.
      在他们登上飞机时,他登记上了他们的姓名。
    • I am responsible for the ship's safety and the life of every man Jack aboard.
      我对船的安全和船上每个人的生命负责。
    • But I'm still the highest ranking technician aboard this ship.
      但我仍然是这条船上最高阶的技术员。
    • We have a Cylon prisoner aboard this ship.
      我们船上有一个赛隆囚犯。
    • The passengers are all aboard the ship.
      旅客全都上了船。
    • Once we got aboard a boat.
      一上船我们就都能感受到了。
    • We got aboard though the boat was crowded.
      虽然船上很拥挤,我们还是上了船。
    • It is time to go aboard.
      是上飞机的时候了。
    • A powerful storm wrecked Crusoe's ship and drowned everyone aboard the ship? except Crusoe.
      一场强大的暴风雨摧毁了克鲁索的船,淹死了船上所有的人,除了克鲁索。
    • They leapt aboard the getaway cars.
      他们跳上了逃跑的汽车。
    • The Captain and crew welcome you aboard.
      船长和全体船员欢迎你。
    • He has gone aboard.
      他已经上车了。
    • Well, let's go aboard. They're starting up the engines.
      好了,该登机了。他们发动飞机了。
    • I get aboard the train just in time.
      我正好及时上了火车。
    • I hear the captain brought a female aboard from tacloban.
      我听说船长带了个女人上船了。
    • I managed a couple of mistakes aboard this ship.
      我在这船上犯了些错误。
    • When the boat overtook us, we got aboard.
      当那只船赶上我们时,我们就上船了。
    • We spent two months aboard.
      我们在船上过了两个月。