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On board

Used in the context of general equities. Long.

On Board

1. Informal for a long position.

2. Informal; describing a situation where goods have been loaded onto the vessel used to carry them to the destination. The term is used on a bill of lading.
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On-board diagnostics are moving toward giving a detailed diagnosis of car trouble and providing mechanics with instructions on how to fix it.
On-board computing systems are providing us with a tool to match what should have happened on the route with what is actually occurring.
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