arriveverb

  • ja着く、到着する
  • ento reach a place or destination

Examples

PLAY
7:23 / --:--
Mute
1.
Ooh, are you gonna do magic?
2.
That’s funny.
3.
Change.
4.
Hang on a second, I just got in.
5.
Look, I don’t care.
6.
It starts at 8:00, we can’t be late.
7.
We could not, would not want to wait.
8.
Look, our table is down in front, okay?
9.
My boss is gonna be there.
10.
Everyone will see if we arrive after it starts.
PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
Whoo! I love the first walkthrough of a crime scene.
2.
It's kind of like arriving at summer camp,
3.
except the lake is full of blood and your bunkmate is dead.
4.
I think I might be bad at metaphors.
PLAY
2:40 / --:--
Mute
1.
I have arrived at the safe!
2.
Goomer, punch in 7-4-7-3-9.
3.
Hi.
4.
Yeah, toss me a puck.
5.
Sure.
6.
Ow, my nose!
PLAY
0:08 / --:--
Mute
1.
An auditor will arrive shortly.
2.
He'll evaluate us on crime stats, physical plan, fiscal responsibility.
3.
There are 22 other precincts in Brooklyn.
4.
So we just don't wanna rate at the bottom.
PLAY
0:41 / --:--
Mute
1.
What are you two doing over here?
2.
Waiting for the caterers before they make their way into the crowd?
3.
We're snooping on Captain Kim, but let me guess.
4.
She seduced you as well.
5.
- Is she doing that to people? - Not literally.
6.
Oh, Michael, Norm, I didn't realize you arrived.
7.
Come with me, I want to make an introduction.
PLAY
9:11 / --:--
Mute
1.
In my contract, it is stipulated that I provide a temporary work space.
2.
It will arrive in 1 hour.
3.
What?
4.
- What's this? - Oh, what?
5.
Bring it in!
6.
Roll into the future with Work Bus.
PLAY
0:35 / --:--
Mute
1.
Where is Aldovia?
2.
So you know what?
3.
Let's just settle this once and for all.
4.
Aldovia is—
5.
"Wow."
6.
So, Amber arrives in Aldovia, and in order to get the story,
7.
she sneaks her way into the castle
8.
where she gets mistaken for Princess Emily's new tutor,
9.
And of course, she just kind of rolls with it.
10.
"That's me. The tutor."
PLAY
25:42 / --:--
Mute
1.
My colleagues have faith in my mission.
2.
But they also have faith in my leadership.
3.
All of them have heard the stories of Dhoom Das.
4.
But they still trust me.
5.
*Speaks in Hindi*.
6.
His colleague Dhoom Das was trying to organize a march.
7.
When I arrived, it was chaos.
8.
Blood on the street.
9.
Everyone was crying.
10.
And then I found him.
PLAY
0:35 / --:--
Mute
1.
- How are you? - Good. How are you?
2.
I'm dying to get a new assistant.
3.
You'll be a security guard.
4.
Do you feel comfortable with translating what's on the sarcophagus when it arrives?

Other meanings for arrive...

arriveverb

  • ja到着する、届く
  • ento be close or present in time
PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
Welcome to the secret headquarters of the S.E.S.
2.
Stands for "Smallfoot Exists, Suckas."
3.
We have searched the entire mountain trying to find one.
4.
And that day has finally arrived.
5.
It's a smallfoot.
6.
Oh, my gosh!
7.
It's a smallfoot!
PLAY
1:25 / --:--
Mute
1.
You will show yourself to the world.
2.
And you will say what I did not have the courage to say.
3.
- Will you be at my side, Your Holiness? - No.
4.
The moment I have always longed for has finally arrived.
5.
What moment?
6.
When I fulfill my one and only ambition.
7.
To be forgotten.