Definitions for onboard
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On or in a vehicle or vessel; aboard; on board.
Carried or used on or in a vehicle or vessel
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Thanks to onboard sensors, vehicles can detect a free parking space and cars can report the position and size of the gap.
Once you take them, there have been cases of ships bumping from port to port and countries not taking them, once we take them onboard - who is going to accept them? We really did not know.
Many of these ships have extensive medical facilities and well-trained staff onboard but they usually don’t have someone trained in delivery and they are not full-fledged hospital emergency rooms.
Where I was I did not hear any siren, any alarm. Nothing seemed to work, the fire sprinklers, the fire extinguishers, nothing was working, they let the ferry go up in flames with all the people still onboard.
We’re leveraging the technology onboard the ship with the help of social media influencers who are sharing live broadcasts from the ship and Caribbean islands, this lets people see what passengers are experiencing in real time.
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