disembark

Disembark vs Deboard - What's the difference?

disembark | deboard |

Disembark is a synonym of deboard.


As verbs the difference between disembark and deboard

is that disembark is to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark while deboard is to exit a form of transportation such as a boat, ship, airplane, trolley, streetcar or spaceship.

Disembark vs Deplane - What's the difference?

disembark | deplane |


As verbs the difference between disembark and deplane

is that disembark is to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark while deplane is to disembark from an airplane.

Disembark vs Detrain - What's the difference?

disembark | detrain |


As verbs the difference between disembark and detrain

is that disembark is to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark while detrain is (rail transport|intransitive) to exit from a train; to disembark.

Disembarkation vs Disembark - What's the difference?

disembarkation | disembark | Derived terms |

Disembarkation is a derived term of disembark.


As a noun disembarkation

is the act of disembarking.

As a verb disembark is

to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark.

Airplane vs Disembark - What's the difference?

airplane | disembark |


As a noun airplane

is (us) a powered heavier-than-air aircraft with fixed wings.

As a verb disembark is

to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark.

Train vs Disembark - What's the difference?

train | disembark |


As verbs the difference between train and disembark

is that train is to practice an ability while disembark is to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark.

As a noun train

is elongated portion or train can be (obsolete) treachery; deceit.

Boat vs Disembark - What's the difference?

boat | disembark |


As verbs the difference between boat and disembark

is that boat is to travel by boat while disembark is to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark.

As a noun boat

is a craft used for transportation of goods, fishing, racing, recreational cruising, or military use on or in the water, propelled by oars or outboard motor or inboard motor or by wind.

Ship vs Disembark - What's the difference?

ship | disembark |


As verbs the difference between ship and disembark

is that ship is to send by water-borne transport or ship can be (fandom) to be a fan of or promote a certain while disembark is to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark.

As a noun ship

is a water-borne vessel generally larger than a boat or ship can be (fandom) a fictional romantic relationship between two persons, either real or themselves fictional.

Ashore vs Disembark - What's the difference?

ashore | disembark |


As a adverb ashore

is (nautical) on the land as opposed to onboard.

As a verb disembark is

to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark.

Debark vs Disembark - What's the difference?

debark | disembark |


As verbs the difference between debark and disembark

is that debark is to unload goods from an aircraft or ship or debark can be (forestry) to remove the bark from a tree that has been felled while disembark is to remove from on board a vessel; to put on shore; to land; to debark.

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