Synonyms of 'arrive'
to reach a place or destinationFresh groups of guests arrived.
Two police officers came into the hall.
My brother's coming from Canada tomorrow.
A woman appeared at the far end of the street.
He entered and stood near the door.
He turned up on Christmas Day with a friend.
show up (informal),
Many workers failed to show up for work today.
He materialized at her side, notebook at the ready.
to occurThey needed to be much further forward before winter arrived.
The deaths occurred when troops tried to disperse the demonstrators.
We cannot say for sure what will happen.
Similar demonstrations also took place elsewhere.
A brief but violent scuffle ensued.
Nothing is known about what transpired at the meeting.
Easter falls in early April.
to attain success(informal) These are cars which show you've arrived.
the skills and qualities needed to succeed
make it (informal),
I have the talent to make it.
a symbol of good triumphing over evil
Today his company continues to thrive.
The plant is flourishing particularly well.
Both men are poor boys who have made good.
The high street banks continue to prosper.
cut it (informal),
reach the top,
make the grade (informal),
get to the top,
crack it (informal),
hit the jackpot (informal),
turn out well,
make your mark (informal),
She made her mark in the film industry in the 1960s.
do all right for yourself (informal)
See arrive at something
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in the sense of appear
to come into sightA woman appeared at the far end of the street.
in the sense of ensue
to occur as a consequenceA brief but violent scuffle ensued.
in the sense of enter
to come or go into (a particular place)He entered and stood near the door.
come or go in or into,
set foot in somewhere,
cross the threshold of somewhere,
make an entrance
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