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Take on board

DEFINITION

A.) Accept a chore or responsibility. Agree on an assignment.  “I can’t take on board one more project because I’m too busy as it is.”

B.) Hire someone. References taking someone on board a ship, in this case, on board a business. “Let’s take her on board and see how she does.”

C.) Accept cargo such as a ship.

 

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