- prep.在/船/飞机/车上; 上船/飞机/车
- adv.在/船/飞机/车上; 上船/飞机/车
The two ships were anchored aboard one another when the enemy struck.
After 8 days in space, they splashed down in the Pacific and got aboard the recovery carrier.
Initial investigation showed that there was a student pilot aboard the plane, police said.
He checked their names off as they went aboard the plane.
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At the start of World War I, he was serving aboard the light cruiser Dresden.
He lifted the fish aboard, careful not to jerk the line over his shoulder.
The body of Mr. Kennedy was aboard.
The whale is dead. Its body is taken aboard the ship.
She went aboard the plane.
Prints also development from wood block print to the watermark, oil sets, hard aboard sets.
版画的形式也已从木刻发展到水印 、 油套 、 丝网、纸版多种类型.
The admiral was piped aboard.
He has gone aboard.
Crewmen aboard the tanker sighted a ship in distress off the coast of Senegal.
We mustn't take combustible goods aboard.
We must not take combustible goods aboard.
They were all aboard the ship last night.
The diesels roared, the conductors jumped aboard, and off the train went.
内燃机发出轰鸣声, 列车员跳上车厢, 火车开走了.
They said goodbye to him as he got aboard the train at Union Station.
She invited 750 people aboard the luxury yacht, the Savarona.
The United States has a naval task force offshore, with two thousand marines aboard.
A large stash of drugs had been found aboard the yacht.
Once aboard we were soon helpless with laughter at the absurdity of it.
As the ship berthed in New York, McClintock was with the first immigration officers aboard.
The most junior executive officer outranked the senior engineer officer aboard ship.
Uncle George quickly descended the ladder and nimbly stepped aboard.
Ships with unfurled sails wait to take them aboard.
One of them climbed aboard a soapbox and began informing the locals why gays should be allowed in the military.
But not all were eager to jump aboard.
The two patients aboard will be transported to a medical facility that can provide a level of care that is not available at Amundsen-Scott.
2019年6月四级真题（第二套）听力 Section A
The notion of space tourism took hold in 2001 with a $20 million flight aboard a Russian spacecraft by Dennis Tito, a millionaire engineer with an adventurous streak.
The notion of space tourism took hold in 2001 with a $20 million flight aboard a Russian spacecraft by Dennis tito, a millionaire engineer with an adventurous streak.
2015年12月六级真题（第二套）阅读 Section C
After boats began flying special flags noting the inspector was aboard, the keeper's family made it a game to see who could notice the boat first.
2015年高考英语湖南卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
Most leading retailers have already tried e-commerce, with limited success, and expansion aboard.
1. on a ship, train, plane or other vehicle
2. on first or second or third base;
"Their second homer with Bob Allison aboard"
3. side by side;
"anchored close aboard another ship"
4. part of a group;
"Bill's been aboard for three years now"
aboard 在船[飞机、车]上, 上船[飞机、车]