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arrive

verb [I] (BEGIN) 開始     /əˈraɪv/
to happen or start to exist 發生;開始出現 The leaves starting to turn brown is a sign that autumn has arrived. 樹葉開始變黃,是秋天到來的前兆。 Starting and beginningStarting again
If a baby arrives, it is born. 嬰兒出生 Their baby Olivia arrived on the date she was expected. 他們的寶寶奧利維亞在預產期準時出生。 Stages of lifeBirthPregnancy
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 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…
in Chinese (Simplified) 开始, 开始出现, 婴儿出生…
(Definition of arrive verb (BEGIN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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