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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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During its last rotation off Libya in early July, the Alan Kurdi rescued 109 migrants and disembarked them in Malta.
The passengers almost 150 in number, however, refused to disembark until they reached their destination.
Latest reports emerging from Aceh, Indonesia, revealed that a few women who disembarked from the boat were threatened by shooting, by Indonesian Police and the Sri Lankan women have sustained injuries.
"Essentially, the new airbridge is to allow passengers to embark and disembark from the top deck.
Earlier, Pakistan Navy Ship ASLAT also evacuated 182 Pakistani and Foreign Nationals stranded at Al Mukalla, Yemen which were safely disembarked at Karachi on 07 April 2015.
In case of distress, the leading country of the mission and participating countries will have to cooperate with the Centre de coordination de sauvetage responsable (RCC) in the region to indentify a safe place and "disembark persons swiftly and efficiently".
Police Scotland posted an update on their Facebook page, which said: "More than 100 passengers have disembarked from Egypt Air flight 985, the remainder of the passengers continue to disembark in a calm and orderly manner.
But now that you're here, help us disembark as soon as possible.
The ships each carry between 2,500 and 3,500 passengers and it is believed that 90 percent of the passengers disembark the ship and visit the welcome center.
Passengers on that train were able to disembark at Colwyn Bay station after their service was cancelled.
Farraj said that he was heading to Ramallah by Taxi about 12:00 PM, and when the Taxi reached Hizma checkpoint, the soldiers asked the passengers to give them their identities cards, then they ordered Farraj to disembark the Taxi, and when he showed them his press card, they disembark him and beat him brutally by hands and rifle butts.
PV Abdul Wahab has threatened Air India pilot Rajat Rana with the action after he was forced to disembark from a plane in Kozhikode, southern India.
The Santa flight from Ivalo was scheduled to stop at Manchester to disembark half of its 200 passengers, then fly on to Gatwick for those remaining.
"It's the biggest invasion since 1982," claims John Fowler, Falkland Islands tourism manager, as 3,000 cruise ship passengers disembark in Stanley on Feb.