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arrive

verb [I] (REACH)
到達
 
 
/əˈraɪv/
to reach a place, especially at the end of a journey
到達,抵達(尤指到達旅途的終點);到來;來臨
What time will your train arrive?
你坐的火車甚麼時候到?
It was dark by the time we arrived at the station.
我們到站時,天都已經黑了。
We arrived in Prague later that day.
我們在那天晚些時候到達布拉格。
I arrived back to find that my room had been burgled.
我回到家時,發現家裡失竊了。
What time does the mail usually arrive (= is it delivered)?
郵件一般甚麼時候到?
I ordered some CDs over a month ago, but they still haven't arrived (= I have not received them).
我在一個多月前訂購了幾張CD,但是現在還沒有送來。
Arriving, entering and invading
(Definition of arrive verb (REACH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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