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disembark (v.)

1580s, "put on shore, remove from on board a ship to land," also intransitive, "land from a ship, go on shore," from French desembarquer, from des- (see dis-) + embarquer (see embark). Related: Disembarkation; disembarked; disembarking.

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Definitions of disembark from WordNet

disembark (v.)
go ashore;
The passengers disembarked at Southampton
Synonyms: debark / set down
From wordnet.princeton.edu