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on board

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Preposition[change]

Preposition
on board

  1. On or onto a boat, airplane, train, etc. as a passenger or crew.
    When everyone is on board, the doors will close.
    He looked back at the people on the ground as he got on board the plane.
    Have the passengers gone on board yet?

Expression[change]

Expression
on board

  1. As a member of a group working together.
    It's good to have you on board for this project.
  2. If you take something on board, you accept and understand it.
    I told her what I thought, but she did not take my advice on board.

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