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  1. on-board

    • IPA[ˌɒnˈbɔːd]

    英式

    • adj.
      available or situated on a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle;denoting or controlled from a facility or feature incorporated into the main circuit board of a computer or computerized device
    • v.
      go through procedures to effectively integrate (a new employee) into an organization or familiarize (a new customer or client) with one's products or services
    • 釋義

    形容詞

    • 1. available or situated on a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle on-board catering staff the on-board computer controls all critical functions on the ship
    • 2. denoting or controlled from a facility or feature incorporated into the main circuit board of a computer or computerized device there's 8GB of onboard memory

    動詞

    • 1. go through procedures to effectively integrate (a new employee) into an organization or familiarize (a new customer or client) with one's products or services this data has tremendous value in helping to onboard new hires and manage their performance my focus has been restructuring how we do things when we onboard a client