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hi there

spelling:

"we provide on-board courier services"

is on-board spelt on-board / on board / onboard in British English? Is there a difference in meaning at all?

thanks,

Robboe
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no difference, try not to let such little things drive you nuts! There is not total agreement about the hyphen issue, so you will see variations used.
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What does this word mean? I couldn't find it in the dic.
it means that something is located or provided on a plane or a car, for example.

eg.
car: My new car has an on-board navigation system.
plane: The new Airbus has sophisticated on-board entertainment systems.