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Debark vs. Debarkation

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Debarkverb

(transitive) To unload goods from an aircraft or ship.

Debarkationnoun

Disembarkation.

Debarkverb

(intransitive) To disembark.

Debarkationnoun

Disembarkation.

‘The debarkation, therefore, had to take place by small steamers.’;

Debarkverb

To remove the bark from a tree that has been felled.

Debarkationnoun

the act of passengers and crew getting off of a ship or aircraft

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Debarkverb

To devocalize (a dog).

Debarkverb

To go ashore from a ship or boat; to disembark; to put ashore.

Debarkverb

go ashore;

‘The passengers disembarked at Southampton’;

Debarkverb

leave a ship or aircraft

‘we debarked from our cruise ship for a day of fun’;

Debarkverb

unload (cargo or troops) from a ship or aircraft

‘the ship would simply sail into the harbour, dock, and begin debarking troops’;

Debarkverb

remove (the bark) from a tree

‘the timber was then debarked and treated with insecticide’;

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