1.I think someone's coming aboard.
2.A large stash of drugs had been found aboard the yacht.
3.They said goodbye to him as he got aboard the train at Union Station.
4.The fuel system of a ship is more complex because the fuel is more subject to contamination in delivery and in storage aboard the ship.
1. Where's Flint's? Why, most on'em aboard here, and glad to get the duff-been begging before that, some on'em.
1. The teacher referred to in my last letter has gone abroad.
2. It is said that all ships coming from abroad should be performed quarantine.
3. He gives up the idea of going abroad.
4. You could look for a career abroad where environmental jobs are better paid and more secure.
5. We could run off together, but neither of us wants to live the rest of our lives abroad.
6. She gives frequent performances of her work, both at home and abroad.