2005.03.29(Review of 2003.08.01 edition)
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- On board can be used to mean “as a member of a company or other group”.
If someone “comes on board”, he becomes a member of the group.
If you “bring someone on board”, you make them a member of the group.
If you “have someone on board”, he is already a member of the group.
- on board は、「会社やその他の団体の一員として」という意味で使うことができます。
come on board と言った場合、その団体の一員になる、という意味です。
bring someone on board と言った場合、その人をその団体の一員として引き入れる、という意味です。
have someone on board と言った場合、その人はすでにその団体の一員である、という意味です。
- Since the new director came on board, things at the office have just been getting better and better.
- I think it's time we bring some new people on board. We've become too entrenched in our old ways.
- (to a lucky job applicant)
If you'd like the job, we'd be happy to have you on board.
We wish you a profitable day!