Definition of 'arrival'

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We have to improve with more new arrivals. The Sun (2017)The key is the arrival of new faces. The Sun (2016)One centre has had to convert a spare room into a special ward for new arrivals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Money is tight and the list of things the new arrival will need is long. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How do you make a splash to announce the arrival of a new car show? Times, Sunday Times (2016)He disappeared the day after his arrival in India. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A busier arrivals hall at airports is balanced by a quieter time in departures. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The boost he has given them since his arrival just seems to be getting stronger and stronger. The Sun (2008)We were over the moon and making plans for our new arrival. The Sun (2011)Walking through airport arrivals with just one nipper can induce trauma. The Sun (2010)Yet an influx of new arrivals can also place a great strain on local resources. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Some wondered at the relatively recent arrival of the board. Times, Sunday Times (2011) New arrivals and fresh ideas add so much to your life at home and at work. The Sun (2014)They found jobs for new arrivals and distributed food and other help to all in bad times. Garraty, John Arthur The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877 (1995)Southampton airport suspended all arrivals and departures for a time because of high winds. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Everything was put in readiness for the great day of arrival. Christianity Today (2000)It may prove to be just beyond them this time as the new arrivals take time to bed in. The Sun (2009)Thirteen per cent picked departure and arrival times and just over one in ten went for the distance to and from airports. The Sun (2010)Notwithstanding the recent arrival of reinforcements, the present military picture still looks bleak. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Check live arrival and departure boards, and follow planes on the map. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Labour MPs recount story after story of constituents complaining that recent arrivals jump the housing queue. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Visitors were often appalled by the squalor, but the couple regarded the arrival of rats more with amusement than alarm. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Passengers facing lengthy immigration queues at Heathrow will be able to hammer out their frustration on ping pong tables placed in the arrivals halls. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Özil's arrival has not just boosted the players, but the fans, too. Times, Sunday Times (2013)

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Translations for 'arrival'

British English: arrival /əˈraɪvl/ NOUN
Your arrival at a place is the act of arriving there.
...the day after his arrival in the country.
  • American English: arrival
  • Arabic: وُصُول
  • Brazilian Portuguese: chegada
  • Chinese: 到达
  • Croatian: dolazak
  • Czech: příchod
  • Danish: ankomst
  • Dutch: aankomst
  • European Spanish: llegada
  • Finnish: saapuminen
  • French: arrivée
  • German: Ankunft
  • Greek: άφιξη
  • Italian: arrivo
  • Japanese: 到着
  • Korean: 도착
  • Norwegian: ankomst
  • Polish: przybycie
  • European Portuguese: chegada
  • Romanian: sosire
  • Russian: прибытие
  • Spanish: llegada
  • Swedish: ankomst
  • Thai: การมาถึง
  • Turkish: varış
  • Ukrainian: прибуття
  • Vietnamese: sự đến


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