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Getting ashore at work is the most important thing to Mr. Osman at the moment.

I come across this sentence and I wonder what 'getting ashore' means here. Can anyone help? Thanks

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Broadly speaking, getting ashore means successfully getting off a ship.

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Thanks, I know its meaning but does it have the same meaning in this sentence? What does 'get ashore at work' mean?

I don't understand "getting ashore at work" in this sentence at all.
Where did you find it?

It's a choice question in my text book and the key answer is ashore.

Getting ...... at work is the most important thing to Mr. Osman.

ahead - abroad - above - ashore

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It's a choice question in my text book and the key answer is ashore.

Getting ...... at work is the most important thing to Mr. Osman.

ahead - abroad - above - ashore

There is a mistake in your key. The correct answer is "ahead".

Thanks