Meaning of debarkation in English:

debarkation

Pronunciation /diːbɑːˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

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noun

See debark

‘If ports of embarkation or debarkation can be closed, neither commerce nor seaborne reinforcement or resupply can flow.’
  • ‘Mars shone brightly once again as we put to sea for the overnight sail into the Thames and debarkation at Tilbury, a landing stage downriver from London.’
  • ‘Secure sea lanes between sea ports of embarkation and debarkation would have to be a precondition for employment.’
  • ‘They will be able to depart from their home stations while logistics planners program numerous days of supply through alternate, even multiple, ports of debarkation.’
  • ‘I enter countries with the knowledge of alternate points of debarkation - lower profile airports, seaports, and railway junctions.’