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Translation of "arrive" - English-Spanish dictionary

arrive

verb   /əˈraɪv/ ( present participle arriving, past tense and past participle arrived)
A2 to get to a place llegar We arrived in Paris at noon. We arrived at the airport early.
(Definition of arrive from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

arrive

verb /əˈraiv/
to reach (a place, the end of a journey etc) llegar They arrived home last night The parcel arrived yesterday.
arrival noun
the act of arriving llegada I was greeted by my sister on my arrival.
a person, thing etc that has arrived recién nacido, recién llegado I wish he would stop calling our baby the new arrival.
arrive at phrasal verb
to reach llegar a The committee failed to arrive at a decision.
(Definition of arrive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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