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debark

de·bark1 / dēˈbärk/ • v. [intr.] leave a ship or aircraft. ∎  [tr.] unload (cargo or troops) from a ship or aircraft. DERIVATIVES: de·bar·ka·tion / ˌdēbärˈkāshən/ n. de·bark2 • v. [tr.] remove (the bark) from a tree.

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debark

debark disembark. XVII. — F. débarquer, f. dédes- DE- 6 + barque BARQUE.

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