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ar·ri·val / əˈrīvəl/ • n. the action or process of arriving: he was dead on arrival at the hospital. ∎  a person who has arrived somewhere. ∎  the emergence or appearance of a new development, phenomenon, or product: the arrival of democracy. ∎  such a new development, phenomenon, or product: sociology is a relatively new arrival on the academic scene.

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arrival

arrival †coming to land XIV; act of arriving XVI. — AN. ar(r)ivaille, f. ariver; see next and -AL2.

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arrival

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