English - Vietnamese Dictionary
arrive /ə'raiv/Concise Dictionary
- nội động từ
- (+ at, in) đến, tới nơi; xảy đến
- đi đến, đạt tới
- to arrive at a conclusion: đi tới một kết luận
- to arrive at perfection: đạt tới chỗ toàn thiện
+reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress
+succeed in a big way; get to the top
Advanced English Dictionary
1 come, make one's appearance, appear, turn up, Colloq show up; Slang hit (town), blow in:
She arrived only two minutes before the plane was to take off.
2 succeed, prosper, get ahead (in the world), reach the top, Colloq make it, make the grade, get somewhere, get there:
Yuppies believe that once they own a fur coat and a Mercedes, they've arrived.
3 arrive at. come or get to, reach; attain:
I think that Crumley has arrived at the stage in his career where he merits a promotion.
+ verb [V]Collocation Dictionary
1 (abbreviation arr.) ~ (at / in / on ...) to get to a place, especially at the end of a journey: I'll wait until they arrive. + I was pleased to hear you arrived home safely. + to arrive early / late (for a meeting) + She'll arrive in New York at noon. + The train arrived at the station 20 minutes late. + By the time I arrived on the scene, it was all over. + We didn't arrive back at the hotel until very late. + The police arrived to arrest him.
2 (of things) to be brought to sb: A letter arrived for you this morning. + Send your application to arrive by 31 October. + We waited an hour for our lunch to arrive. + The new product will arrive on supermarket shelves (= be available) early next year.
3 (of an event or a moment) to happen or to come, especially when you have been waiting for it: The wedding day finally arrived. + The baby arrived (= was born) early.
Idioms: sb has arrived (informal) somebody has become successful: He knew he had arrived when he was shortlisted for the Booker prize.
Phrasal Verbs: arrive at sth to decide on or find sth, especially after discussion and thought
to arrive at an agreement / a decision / a conclusion + to arrive at the truth
early, late | shortly, soon
We should arrive shortly.
We finally arrived at our destination late that evening.
| on time, punctually | safe and sound, safely | unannounced
My uncle arrived unannounced yesterday evening.
VERB + ARRIVE
be due to
We are due to arrive in Rome at ten o'clock.
| fail to
The package failed to arrive.
We arrived at the hotel late.
I should arrive in London tomorrow morning.
the first/last to arrive
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