Meaning of deboard in English:

deboard

verb

US
  • 1with object To get off (a train, aeroplane, etc.); to disembark from.

  • 2no object To get off a train, aeroplane, etc.; to disembark.

  • 3with object To remove from a train, aeroplane, etc.; to allow (passengers) to disembark.

Origin

1960s; earliest use found in The Washington Post. From de- + board.

Pronunciation

deboard

/ˌdiːˈbɔːd/