Onboard meaning

ŏn-bôrd, ôn-
The definition of onboard is provided or carried on a vehicle or vessel.

An example of onboard is medical services on a cruise ship.

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On board (see phrase under board)
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A chip or other hardware component that is directly attached to the printed circuit board (motherboard). Contrast with offboard. See inboard and onboarding.
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Carried or used on or in a vehicle or vessel.
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Carried or used aboard a vehicle or vessel.

Onboard radar systems.

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On or in a vehicle or vessel; aboard; on board.
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Origin of onboard

  • From on board, equivalent to on- +"Ž board.

    From Wiktionary