英 [ə’raɪv] 美 [ə’raɪv] vi. 到达；到来；成功
名词: arriver 过去式: arrived 过去分词: arrived 现在分词: arriving 第三人称单数: arrives
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v. arrives 2 arriving 9 arrived 51
We arrived in Spain for the first time a few weeks ago.
When I finally arrived at my friend’s he lent me lots of clothes.
The family’s old farm house has become a chicken house, its residents arriving next month.
I don’t really work here; I am just helping out until the new secretary arrives.
I prefer not to use the word “late” because there is nothing wrong with the times people arrive.
arrive at 达到，达成；到达某地
arrive in 抵达，到达
arrive from 从某地来（这里）
arrive on 到达
arrive home 到家
arrive at a conclusion 得出一个结论
arrive at a decision 决定下来
to arrive late 迟到
到達;(時間,事件)到來,發生;達到At what time will the train arrive at the station?火車幾點鍾到呢?
[V] 1. (abbr. 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.
火车迟了 20 分钟到站。
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 东西) to be brought to sb
A letter arrived for you this morning.
Send your application to arrive by 31 October.
申请信要在 10 月 31 日前寄到。
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 事件或时刻) to happen or to come, especially when you have been waiting for it
The wedding day finally arrived.
The baby arrived (= was born) early.
▪ sb has ar’rived (informal) somebody has become successful
He knew he had arrived when he was shortlisted for the Booker prize.
▪ ar’rive at sth
to decide on or find sth, especially after discussion and thought
SYN reach :
to arrive at an agreement / a decision / a conclusion
to arrive at the truth
Give me a call to let me know you’ve arrived safely.
What time does the plane arrive in New York?
He arrived late as usual.
By the time the police arrived on the scene, the burglars had fled.
Do not say ‘arrive to’ a place. Say arrive in/at a place: We arrived at the station ten minutes early. | The Prime Minister arrives back in Britain tonight.
不要说 ‘arrive to’ a place. 而要说 arrive in/at a place: We arrived at the station ten minutes early. 我们提前十分钟到了车站。 | The Prime Minister arrives back in Britain tonight. 首相今晚返抵英国。
2 BE DELIVERED 送到 if something arrives, it is brought or delivered to you 送达 SYN come
The card arrived on my birthday.
3 HAPPEN 发生 if an event or particular period of time arrives, it happens 发生；降临，来到 SYN come
When her wedding day arrived, she was really nervous.
4 STH NEW 新事物 if a new idea, method, product etc arrives, it begins to exist or starts being used 出现；启用
Since computers arrived, my job has become much easier.
5 BE BORN 出生 to be born 出生
Sharon’s baby arrived just after midnight.
6 arrive at a decision/solution/compromise etc to reach a decision, solution etc after a lot of effort 作出决定/找到解决方法/达成妥协等
After much consideration, we have arrived at a decision.
7 SUCCESS 成功somebody has arrived used to say that someone has become successful or famous 某人成功了；某人成名了
When he saw his name painted on the door he knew he’d arrived!
Origin arrive (1100-1200) Old French ariver, from Vulgar Latin arripare “to come to shore”, from Latin ad- “to” + ripa “shore”
1.VERB 动词（人或交通工具）到达，抵达 When a person or vehicle arrives at a place, they come to it at the end of a journey.
Fresh groups of guests arrived…
…a small group of commuters waiting for their train, which arrived on time…
The Princess Royal arrived at Gatwick this morning from Jamaica.
2.VERB 动词初次来到；初来乍到 When you arrive at a place, you come to it for the first time in order to stay, live, or work there.
…in the old days before the European settlers arrived in the country.
…a young student newly arrived in England from New Zealand.
3.VERB 动词被送达；被带来 When something such as letter or meal arrives, it is brought or delivered to you.
Any entry arriving after the closing date will not be considered…
Breakfast arrived while he was in the bathroom.
4.VERB 动词（新产品或发明）出现，到来，问世 When something such as a new product or invention arrives, it becomes available.
Several long-awaited videos will finally arrive in the shops this month…
They’ll be ready to embrace the new technology when it arrives.
5.VERB 动词（尤指经过等待或期盼后）来临，到来 When a particular moment or event arrives, it happens, especially after you have been waiting for it or expecting it.
The time has arrived when I need to give up smoking.
…the belief that the army would be much further forward before winter arrived.
6.VERB 动词作出（决定） When you arrive at something such as a decision, you decide something after thinking about it or discussing it.
【语法信息】：V at n
…if the jury cannot arrive at a unanimous decision…
These figures are arrived at on the basis of dentists’ receipts for 1991-1992.
7.VERB 动词（婴儿）出生，降生 When a baby arrives, it is born.
It’s very unlikely that your baby will arrive before you get to hospital.
8.VERB 动词取得成功；成名 If you say that someone has arrived, you mean that they have become successful or famous.
These are cars which show you’ve arrived and had a good time along the way.
Usage Note :
You use both arrive and reach to talk about coming to a particular place. You can use arrive to emphasize being in a place rather than travelling to it. When I arrived in England I was exhausted. Reach is always followed by a noun or pronoun referring to a place, and you can use it to emphasize the effort required to get there. To reach the capital might not be easy. Arrive at and reach can also be used to say that someone eventually makes a decision or finds the answer to something. It took hours to arrive at a decision… They were unable to reach a decision.
arrive和reach都可表示到达某地。arrive强调“在某地”，而非“去某地”：When I arrived in England I was exhausted（我到达英格兰的时候已经精疲力竭了）。reach后面总是接表示地点的名词或代词，强调到达某地的不易：To reach the capital might not be easy（到达首都可能不太容易）。arrive at和reach也可以用来表示终于作出决定或是找到答案：It took hours to arrive at a decision（作决定花了几个小时的时间），They were unable to reach a decision（他们没能达成一项决议）。
arrives; arrived; arriving [no object] 1
: to come to or reach a place after traveling, being sent, etc.到达；到来
He arrived home at six o’clock.
We had some dinner before/on/upon/after arriving at the station.
When do you expect them to arrive in Boston?
Their flight is due to arrive at 11:30.
The train from New York is now arriving.
They arrived late at the party.
The mail hasn’t arrived yet.
The new version of the software has finally arrived in stores.
a of a day, season, time, etc. : to happen or begin（某天、某个季节、某个时间等）开始，到来
The day of their wedding has almost arrived. [=come] 他们结婚的日子就要到了。
The time has arrived [=come] to address the problem.
There’s always a lot to do when spring arrives.
b of a baby : to be born（婴儿）出生，降生
When is their baby expected to arrive?
informal : to become successful成功；出名— used with a form of have与have的某一形式连用
After years of climbing the corporate ladder, he felt he had finally arrived.
arrive at [phrasal verb] arrive at (something)
: to make or reach (something, such as a decision) after a lot of thought or effort（经过思考或努力后）达成，做出
She finally arrived at a decision.
They’ve arrived at the conclusion that the plan won’t work.
I hope we can arrive at some sort of understanding/consensus.