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disembark from (something)

To step off of something, typically a mode of transportation. After enduring so much turbulence, everyone was thrilled to disembark from the plane.
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disembark from something

to get off a ship, plane, or train. We disembark from the ship in Manaus. At what time do we expect to disembark from the plane?
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While disembarking from the car the victim used foul language, which enraged the accused and he pulled out his 9MM pistol and fired at Haroon and the motor mechanic killing them on the spot.
Appearing at Ayr Sheriff Court last week, Halkett admitted recklessly and culpably trying to light up after immediately disembarking from the plane.
Passengers were seen disembarking from the aircraft at the time of posting.
by Staff Reporter The ROP also has advised families and bus administrators to educate students the best practices to avoid danger while boarding and disembarking from the bus.
The ROP also has advised families and bus administrators to educate students about the best practices to avoid danger while boarding and disembarking from the bus.
There were major delays at Stansted airport yesterday, after passengers disembarking from a Ryanair flight inadvertently entered the airport through a door that had been left open in error.
14, the Bimini SuperFast cruise will start a weekday schedule disembarking from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale.
The Estate said: "The Agency had received a tip-off regarding a suspicious group of people disembarking from two fishing trawlers.
Summary: The Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has called upon parents and guardians of students to be careful while dropping their children off at schools and while picking them up, and stressed that paying little or no attention to children while embarking or disembarking from vehicles could lead to horrific accidents.
Hot and tired passengers disembarking from the cruise ship Costa Allegra
The Japanese government is planning to let airlines decide whether to allow passengers to use cellphones in the cabin during boarding and disembarking from April 1, officials said Tuesday.
In one case in May, 10 people were arrested after disembarking from a fish-transport ship, the officials said.