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Italian - English (British) translations for "arrivare"

"arrivare" Italian translation




to arrive

Part of speech



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Meaning: to arrive

Sono appena arrivato a casa.

I just arrived home.

Meaning: to come

Arriverò presto da te.

I will come to you soon.

Meaning: to reach

Non riesco ad arrivare alla cima della montagna.

I can't reach the top of the mountain.

Meaning: to achieve

Ha lavorato duramente per arrivare al successo.

He worked hard to achieve success.

Meaning: to happen

È arrivato un incidente sulla strada principale.

An accident happened on the main road.



  • arrivo
  • arrivi
  • arriva
  • arriviamo
  • arrivate
  • arrivano


  • sono arrivato
  • sei arrivato
  • è arrivato
  • siamo arrivati
  • siete arrivati
  • sono arrivati


  • arriverò
  • arriverai
  • arriverà
  • arriveremo
  • arriverete
  • arriveranno


  • ero arrivato
  • eri arrivato
  • era arrivato
  • eravamo arrivati
  • eravate arrivati
  • erano arrivati

Simple Past

  • arrivai
  • arrivasti
  • arrivò
  • arrivammo
  • arrivaste
  • arrivarono


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A1: Arrivo a casa alle sei di sera.

A1: I arrive home at six in the evening.

A2: Oggi arrivi tardi al lavoro.

A2: Today you arrive late to work.

A2: Loro arrivano domani mattina.

A2: They arrive tomorrow morning.

B1: Spero che tu sia arrivato in tempo per la riunione.

B1: I hope you arrived on time for the meeting.

B2: Quando sarai arrivato, fammi sapere.

B2: When you have arrived, let me know.

B2: Se avessi studiato di più, sarei arrivato primo all'esame.

B2: If I had studied more, I would have arrived first in the exam.

C1: Dopo aver viaggiato per ore, finalmente siamo arrivati a destinazione.

C1: After traveling for hours, we finally arrived at our destination.

C1: Non riesco a credere che sia già arrivato il mio compleanno.

C1: I can't believe my birthday has already arrived.

C2: Una volta che sarai arrivato al successo, ricorda sempre da dove sei partito.

C2: Once you have achieved success, always remember where you started from.

Advanced Description

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The Italian verb 'arrivare' means 'to arrive' in English. It is a regular verb that belongs to the first conjugation group, ending in '-are'.

When using 'arrivare', it is important to note that it is an intransitive verb, which means it does not require a direct object. It is often used to indicate the action of reaching a destination or coming to a certain place.

For example, you can say 'Sono arrivato/a a casa' which translates to 'I arrived at home'. In this sentence, 'arrivato/a' agrees with the gender and number of the subject.

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