Definition

to board (a plane, a boat): to get on, to enter, to embark upon (a plane, a boat)
The flight is now boarding.
  • "Train number 98756 to Paris Gare de Nord is now boarding."
  • "Announcement 3 : Ladies and gentlemen, train number 98756 to Paris Gare de Nord is now boarding."
  • "Members of the Dutch Navy have boarded the boat and-"

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