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Definition of "arrive at" [arrive at]

  • To reach (a destination) (verb)
  • To reach (an objective or conclusion) (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "arrive at" in a sentence
  • "The autopsy team would arrive at first light, when the inquiry into the deaths of the Aroostook Baptists would begin in earnest."
  • "In 1989, her disability progressed to the point that when she did arrive at work, where her company enforced strict employee sick-day rules, coworkers would have to meet her at the door, put her in a rolling chair, and wheel her to her desk so she could start the day."
  • "At the beginning of Ramadan we arrive at two Syrian schools: a secular girls' school where the dynamic headteacher Mrs Hassan is concerned that many of the girls are wearing the hijab and subscribing to traditional values; and a boys' school where Christian-Iraqi Yusif, a refugee from Baghdad following the murder of his brother, is trying to have a normal boyhood after the psychological trauma of war."