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come aboard

1. To board a passenger vehicle, such as a plane, ship, train, etc. Once the boat docks, you can come aboard.
2. To join a company, organization, or some other group. The former president of marketing at Floogle Inc. has come aboard as Spacebook's new chief financial officer. We feel you would make a great addition to our team, so we'd be delighted if you would consider coming aboard.
See also: aboard, come
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come aboard

 and go aboard
to get onto a boat or ship. Please come aboard. We are shoving off now. Please ask everyone to go aboard.
See also: aboard, come
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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If Mas'r Davy and my sister comes aboard at Gravesen', arternoon o' next day, they'll see the last on us.'
But when Rose comes aboard, she finds an empty ship, filled with nothing but the stench of rotting flesh.
Video footage from cameras at the picnic site, posted online, showed a severely overcrowded vessel beginning to list as water comes aboard. As it capsizes completely, it traps dozens of people under its hull.
He comes aboard with extensive experience of advising on mergers and acquisitions and raising capital for major corporates for more than 15 years at Morgan Stanley Hong Kong and Seoul office.
Until she comes aboard, KC's George, hawk, is voting.
She further explained that when a ship crosses the equator, 'King Neptune' comes aboard to exercise authority over his domain and to judge charges brought against pollywogs that 'they are only posing as sailors and haven't paid proper homage to the god of the sea.'
He comes aboard after serving most recently as VP/Ad Sales for AnchorFree , where he positioned the security app's users to marketers both nationally and internationally.
Meena Meena, Ph.D., an oligonucleotide chemist with 20 years of research experience in nucleic acids therapeutics, comes aboard as vice president of bioanalytical, DMPK and biomarker development.
Still in celebratory mode after San Miguel completed another successful campaign in the PBA Philippine Cup, Beermen coach Leo Austria is nonetheless thinking of ways he can tinker with his roster once Christian Standhardinger comes aboard in the PBA Commissioner's Cup.
Steve Lum commented; "When you hold true to your core values, and instill those values into everyone that comes aboard, you may be surprised at what an impact it can have on your company." Lum explained further, "Our employees who had sick time and vacation time cashed it in, which was part of the plan, chipped in and worked for free, leaving the pool of hours open for those who really needed it." The end result was a deep understanding of the significance of core values and the impact that they have on everyone, even corporations.
Huberman also comes aboard a couple months after Ooyala reportedly laid off 14% of its workforcetied to a restructuring that would eventually create new job openings focused on new product areas.Prior to Ooyala, Huberman was the CEO of Syncplicity, a prominent software-as-a-service (SaaS) company for enterprise file collaboration.
Calista comes aboard his ship with goals of her own, however.
As Max comes aboard, he finds six scantily-clad models hiding in the back.
Moreover, if the outsourced staff comes aboard on long-term basis, they arealmost as good as a permanent employee, said InterContinental Doha the City & Residence Suites executive housekeeper Prabhat Shukla.