Meaning of deboard in English:

deboard

Pronunciation /diːˈbɔːd/

noun

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  • 1mainly Indian Leave an aircraft, train, or other form of public transport.

    ‘when we deboarded, the host helped each person down off the train’
    • ‘some were scheduled to deboard at Vijayawada’
    • ‘they can be seen deboarding a private plane’
    1. 1.1Allow or force (someone) to leave an aircraft, train, or other form of public transport.
      ‘trying to enter the flight completely drunk may lead to you being deboarded’
      • ‘the flight landed safely and all passengers were deboarded’

Origin

1960s (originally US): from de- + board.