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|aan boord||aan boord zijn, op het schip zijn; aan boord gaan, etc.|
|an Bord||auf dem Schiff/auf das Schiff: z.B. an Bord sein, an Bord gehen, bringen, bleiben;|
|to be on a ship; to go (bring, remain etc.) on
board (to embark), etc.
"Come aboard, sir!" - a sailor's way of reporting himself on board after leave of absence.
"to run aboard / to fall aboard a vessel" - for one vessel to come into collision with another.
"to fall aboard" - said of a sail when, from the lightness of the wind or other causes, it ceases to blow out.
"to haul the boom aboard" - to haul the boom in by the mainsheet from off the lee quarter. (Dixon/Kemp, 1913)