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- (intransitive) If you arrive somewhere, you come to that place, usually the place that you planned to go to.
- Is everything ready? I expect the guests to arrive soon.
- Please arrive at the airport at least 2 hours before your flight.
- We arrive in New York at 10:52.
- They asked us to arrive early to help get ready for the party.
- Different people thinking about the same question often arrive at the same answer.
- (intransitive) If something arrives somewhere, it comes to that place, usually the place that it was supposed to go to.
- Five days later a letter arrived by Federal Express.
- (intransitive) If a time or event arrives, it moves from the future into the present.
- Finally the day arrived for him to come home.