Meaning of ARRIVAL in English

ARRIVAL

noun

1 act of arriving

ADJECTIVE

▪ early

▪ late

▪ on-time ( AmE ), scheduled

Which airline has the worst on-time ~s?

▪ timely

the timely ~ of the letter

▪ sudden , unexpected

▪ expected , imminent , impending

I told her of my brother's expected ~.

▪ safe

Security escorts will ensure their safe ~.

VERB + ARRIVAL

▪ make

At 11 p.m. Jody made his timely ~.

▪ announce , herald , mark , signal

a frost in the air which marked the ~ of winter

A fanfare of trumpets heralded the ~ of the King.

▪ expect

▪ anticipate , await

a crowd awaiting the ~ of the movie star

▪ greet

The staff greeted the ~ of the new boss with excitement.

▪ celebrate , welcome

▪ delay

▪ hasten

ARRIVAL + NOUN

▪ date , time

PREPOSITION

▪ on (sb's) ~ , upon (sb's) ~

Guests receive dinner upon ~ at the hotel.

▪ with the ~

With the ~ of John's friends, the party livened up.

▪ ~ at

his ~ at the airport

▪ ~ in

their ~ in Dallas

PHRASES

▪ ~ on the scene

They were saved by the ~ on the scene of another boat.

▪ ~s and departures

There are 120 ~s and departures every day.

▪ time of ~

Our estimated time of ~ is 7.15.

2 sb/sth that arrives

ADJECTIVE

▪ early , first

▪ late

Someone should stay here to meet the late ~s.

▪ latest , new , recent

The club has a dinner to welcome new ~s to the town.

We're expecting a new ~ (= a baby) in the family soon.

VERB + ARRIVAL

▪ meet , welcome

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