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get on board

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Definition


To agree. To go along with.

Context : Social Life
Category: Idiom
Semantic: agree
Examples of idiom “get on board” from Twitter
  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'bewox_28'
    bewox_28:

    RT @KevinRuddPM: Lots of support for health and hospitals reform in the outback. Time for everybody to get on board. KRudd

  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'gilliangrassie'
    gilliangrassie:

    Went to the roof of IFC building to watch #earthhour blackout. Hong Kong didn't really get on board, but good company & view all the same.

  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'arjanshahani'
    arjanshahani:

    Second time i'm quoted on natl. news radio. NSM makes flash+micro celeb status way easy. Can't believe my students resist getting on board.

  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'kacapitalryn'
    kacapitalryn:

    I'm getting on board. I'm sure this will bolster my career.

  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'covetchicago'
    covetchicago:

    @prsarahevans Finally getting on board with the social mediaz. Love you. - Brigitte

  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'mortgagechoice3'
    mortgagechoice3:

    Just starting, and getting on board.

  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'Cambob08'
    Cambob08:

    If the seven hour obstruction wasn't enough now border patrol got on board to ask everyone if they are a citizen

  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'RobersKirkman'
    RobersKirkman:

    @vegetas oh...I never got on board with that whole Follow Friday thing

  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'shirlsmor'
    shirlsmor:

    The World Health Organization knows what's right; now if we can just get on board.

  • Default avatar for Twitter user 'HajjFlemings'
    HajjFlemings:

    @Joem32 I know and if all the airlines get on board it will take an act of congress to change it.