Definition for EM-BARK'

EM-BARK', v.t. [Sp. embarcar; Port. id.; It. imbarcare; Fr. embarquer; en and barco, a boat, a barge, a bark.]

  1. To put or cause to enter on board a ship or other vessel a boat. The general embarked his troops and their baggage.
  2. To engage a person in any affair. This projector embarked his friends in the design or expedition.

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