disembark

[dis-em-bahrk]
verb (used without object)
1.
to go ashore from a ship.
2.
to leave an aircraft or other vehicle.
verb (used with object)
3.
to remove or unload (cargo or passengers) from a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle.

Origin:
1575–85; < Middle French desembarquer, equivalent to des- dis-1 + embarquer to embark

disembarkation [dis-em-bahr-key-shuhn] , disembarkment, noun
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disembark (ˌdɪsɪmˈbɑːk)
 
vb
to land or cause to land from a ship, aircraft, etc: several passengers disembarked; we will disembark the passengers
 
disembarkation
 
n
 
disem'barkment
 
n

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disembark
1580s, from M.Fr. desembarquer; see dis- + embark. Related: Disembarkation; disembarked.
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Example sentences
With samples safely stored, bags re-packed and the vans closed up, the science
  party disembarked.
Reaching the headwaters, the soldiers disembarked and marched either along the
  river or on the canyon rim overlooking it.
We disembarked and hired a long-tail boat to take us snorkeling.
And they moored her high out in the shore water, and themselves disembarked.
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