- v. transitive, intransitive To board (a vehicle, etc.) again.
“Or, Inhofe boarding a plane at US taxpayers expense and travelling to Demark to hold a news conference in a stairwell attended by two or three foreign press types, only to turn around, reboard his plane, and fly back to the US?”
“The officer tells Francesco Schettino to reboard and assess the needs of passengers: It is an order.”
“Some passengers even step off the trains at stations to get relief and reboard to continue their commute.”
“When Butler and Conger reached the other side of the bridge, they were instantly confronted by the armed and agitated rebel soldiers, who ordered the Americans to reboard their train and go back to Managua.”
“After the banquet, the whole entourage would reboard the three aircraft and fly on to Fort Worth.”
“Then you reboard the Volaris bus right outside Mexican customs and it takes you to the Tijuana airport.”
“That sounded like good news, but turned out to be almost as bad: even though we would be using the same plane, we still all had to clear immigration, pick up our baggage, re-check it, re-clear customs and security, and reboard the plane.”
“Work there for a few minutes or hours, until you run dry, and then reboard the 'copter and hop to another part.”
“High winds forced our flight to divert to Auckland, where we deplaned and spent three hours, from one thirty to four thirty in the morning, as airport captives until we were summoned to reboard.”
“All Aari needed to do was grab Laar y e and they would reboard the ship, time it forward, and rejoin Khornya and the others.”
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