• (America) IPA: /ɑnˈbɔɹd/, /ɔnˈbɔɹd/
    (varieties without the horse–hoarse merger) IPA: /ɑnˈboɹd/, /ɔnˈboɹd/
  • (RP) IPA: /ɒnˈbɔːd/

onboard (not comparable)

  1. Carried or used on or in a vehicle or vessel
  2. (by extension, figurative) Being a part of, being included in, participating in
    When it comes to security, everybody seems to be as onboard as I am.
    James is onboard as a production manager.
  • German: Bord- (in compounds)

onboard (not comparable)

  1. On or in a vehicle or vessel; aboard; on board.
Related terms Verb

onboard (onboards, present participle onboarding; past and past participle onboarded)

  1. (figurative) To become a part of a group; to incorporate (someone) into a group.
  2. (figurative) To begin to use a product or service; to take (someone) on as a new customer of a product or service.
  • offboard

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