Definition of disembarkation in English:

disembarkation

Pronunciation /disˌembärˈkāSH(ə)n/ /dɪsˌɛmbɑrˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

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noun

See disembark

‘He said there were no reports of injuries during disembarkation.’
  • ‘A sailor who was injured on board a ship at the International port is recovering after an unusual disembarkation.’
  • ‘Thoughts of my mother's travels preoccupied me intermittently on the train journey to Naples, the point of disembarkation for Antipodean visitors to Rome.’
  • ‘The Roman landing was again hindered by the weather, but this time a properly defended beachhead was constructed, to protect the disembarkation.’
  • ‘After disembarkation, the couple continue their trip by chauffeured car.’