Sara 嘉瀛
idiomatic use of "aboard"... She likes fashion and sometimes may buy impulsively. Her interests are aboard but she’s not as enthusiastic for entertainment as fashion-oriented consumers are. Does this sentence makes sense?I'm trying to understand wether "aboard" has an idiomatic meaning or it's a typing error...
Oct 15, 2012 6:45 AM
Answers · 3
Aboard = being on a ship/plane broad= varied
October 15, 2012
Are you sure it is not "abroad"? Her interests lie in foreign fashion.
October 15, 2012
I think it it supposed to be "broad", meaning she has varied interests. The sentence doesn't make sense to me as written.
October 15, 2012
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