"aboard" Portuguese translation
It appeared no one was aboard... until a single survivor was discovered in the rear compartment.
And what he meant was, if you are voyaging and far from home, your very survival depends on everyone aboard.
Climb aboard, explorers.
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Usage examples for "aboard" in Portuguese
He and the Boys slipped aboard and there they found it -- Hook's remarkable treasure
Let us take you to your dream destination aboard our orbital spaceplane, the X-82.
People are dispatched to sea aboard unseaworthy craft in the middle of winter.
There's still a slight risk for those aboard the Dauntless which includes the future Mrs. Commodore.
I must admit that I know of no one who would be brave enough to invite him aboard a yacht for a single day.
The others stayed aboard the train as it backed into the station.
This comprised two large buses going to the seaside once a year with 150 people aboard.
the existence, aboard vessels carrying dangerous goods, of means for instantly combating small-scale pollution;
Welcome aboard the Black Pearl, Miss Turner.
As has been said before, Europe does not appear to be the first choice of students who wish to study aboard for a while.
Some complain there are too many foreigners aboard, others that the new French and German specifications for the engines have weakened it.
Welcome aboard, explorers.
So we sailed ashore, took on an entirely new crew and he stayed aboard for awhile as first mate, all the time calling me Roberts.
There is also no substance to the alleged danger to public health, since no one aboard the vessel was carrying an infectious disease.
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