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To get on and off of tranport

get on

to get into a bus, plane, or train

board

verb

if a plane or ship is boarding, passengers are being allowed to get on it

transfer

verb

to move from one bus, vehicle, airplane, or boat to another as part of a longer trip

embark

verb

to get on a ship in order to begin a trip, or to put someone or something on a ship

catch

verb

to get on a train, bus, airplane, or boat that is traveling somewhere

change

verb

to leave one airplane, train, bus, etc. to get on another

disembarkation

noun

off

adjective, adverb, preposition

leaving a plane, train, bus, etc.

on

adverb, preposition

in or into a bus, train, airplane, etc.

deplane

verb

to get out of an airplane when it lands

mom jeans

a style of loose-fitting jeans with a high waist, often considered unfashionable

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endies

Employed but with No Disposable Income or Savings: people who are in work but only earn just enough to live on

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