Translation of disembark in Spanish:

disembark

desembarcar, v.

Pronunciation /dɪsɛmˈbɑːk//ˌdɪsɪmˈbɑrk//dɪsɪmˈbɑːk/

intransitive verb

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    desembarcar
    to disembark from sth desembarcar de algo
    • One passenger disembarked from the train while it was still moving and a mother dropped a wheelchair ramp on to her son's foot.
    • Fire and ambulance crews were put on alert but the 56 passengers and four crew were able to disembark via two exits down aircraft steps.
    • Trouble flared after the group were taken off the plane and kept in a cordoned-off area while other passengers disembarked.
    • On disembarking from the ship, the passengers will be welcomed by music from a local piper and each visitor will be presented with a city map, highlighting points of interests.
    • A group of twenty or so passengers could be seen disembarking from the ship and passing through the gates which dwarfed them.
    • So they disembarked and began walking through the airport terminal corridor to a small waiting room.
    • You will travel for a while until you reach a waypoint, at which you will disembark from the ships and travel on foot to the stronghold.
    • Silently the friends drew into a group when the passengers began to disembark.
    • We landed, disembarked and entered the terminal building, a dank shell of gnawed concrete.
    • When he was finally arrested, disembarking from a train at a New York station, he was carrying a loaded semi-automatic gun in his suitcase.
    • The building which houses the west wing of the hotel was first built in 1935 as a hostel to accommodate passengers disembarking from shipping liners at the port.
    • The camera fast tracks along a London train station platform as the passengers disembark and rush toward us.
    • The remaining troops disembarked in darkness, and on the following morning began the advance inland.
    • The passengers are disembarking at the moment.
    • You may stay aboard the ship all day or disembark at any stop.
    • Hikers can be seen disembarking at the train station and marching in a line straight through town to the trails.
    • Only one passenger disembarks and the train goes off, leaving him alone in the cavernous hallways.
    • Foot passengers had already disembarked when the suspicious package was found on a car deck.
    • The people who disembarked from the ship were not at all happy to enter a cold, foggy London.
    • We watched the passengers disembark, then asked the steward for shore passes.

transitive verb

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    desembarcar