disembark from

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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The accused asked Haroon to disembark from the car and cancelled the deal.
After waiting for a long time to disembark from a Ryanair flight at Malaga airport in Spain, a passenger got impatient and decided to exit the plane via its emergency gate, Monday.
The Airbus A380 is so large, the airport has spent PS1 million building the new 138ft-long airbridge to allow passengers to disembark from the top deck.
The Airbus A380 is so large the airport has spent PS1 million building the new airbridge to allow passengers to disembark from the top deck.
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has imposed a "millions of naira" fine on Aero Contractors, for breaching local Civil Aviation Regulations (CAR) following a recent incident in which passengers on flight NG-136 from Abuja to Bauchi were forced to disembark from the plane using a step-ladder.
Since a lot of people embark and disembark from the stop, it becomes a hassle for all to swipe the cards at the same time at the stop, so most people start checking out a few metres before the stop and I did the same.
People are always pushing and shoving, especially when they have to embark and disembark from the train.
Passengers disembark from a Cardiff-bound Dash 8 aircraft, after its emergency landing at Gatwick yesterday
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.
For seven horror-filled nights, through Halloween, guests who dare disembark from the studio tram can roam famous sets like ``War of the Worlds'' and the ``Psycho'' house among zombies and other human oddities, from contortionists to extreme performance artists.
The measure, which limits the number of personnel who may disembark from such ships to two senior members, including the captain, was introduced following successive cases of illegal immigrants entering the country via the ships.
The installation of this system in the BEAR and eventually the BEARCAT adds a much needed dimension to the capability of the vehicle and the safety of the officers preparing to disembark from the vehicle.
I WAS one of the unfortunate passengers on the ill-fated Irish cruise and, as a person born and bred in Liverpool, I can only agree with Thomson that the Langton Dock complex is not only a dump but the worst place one could embark and disembark from a cruise.
According to MTA estimates, 19,488 people either board or disembark from trains at Universal City daily.
Meanwhile, Serb forces yesterday refused to allow hundreds of ethnic Albanian refugees to disembark from a train and cross into Macedonia, then turned the train around back into Kosovo, international aid officials said.