arrive verb (REACH) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "arrive" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

arrive

verb [I] (REACH)
到达
 
 
/əˈraɪv/
to reach a place, especially at the end of a journey
到达,抵达(尤指到达旅途的终点);到来;来临
What time will your train arrive?
你坐的火车什么时候到?
It was dark by the time we arrived at the station.
我们到站时,天都已经黑了。
We arrived in Prague later that day.
我们在那天晚些时候到达布拉格。
I arrived back to find that my room had been burgled.
我回到家时,发现家里被盗了。
What time does the mail usually arrive (= is it delivered)?
邮件一般什么时候到?
I ordered some CDs over a month ago, but they still haven't arrived (= I have not received them).
我在1个多月前订购了几张CD,但是现在还没有送来。
Arriving, entering and invading
Translations of “arrive”
in Arabic يَصِل…
in Korean 도착하다…
in Malaysian tiba…
in French arriver…
in Turkish varmak, ulaşmak, meydana gelmek…
in Italian arrivare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 到達, 到達,抵達(尤指到達旅途的終點), 到來…
in Russian прибывать, начинаться…
in Polish przybywać, przyjeżdżać, przychodzić…
in Vietnamese đến…
in Spanish llegar…
in Portuguese chegar…
in Thai มาถึง…
in German ankommen…
in Catalan arribar…
in Japanese (場所に)着く, 到着する…
in Indonesian datang, tiba, sampai…
(Definition of arrive verb (REACH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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