- v. present participle of arrive.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. directed or moving inward or toward a center.
“They take pictures of a train arriving from the platform above, pictures of the station in general, and pictures of people going through the turnstiles.”
“Guerrilla Games, as the developer, and Sony, as the publisher, have announced that their first person shooter Killzone 3 now has a launch date set for February 22, 2011, with the title arriving exclusively on the PlayStation 3 home console.”
“The other title arriving on WiiWare this week is A Monsteca Corral: Monsters vs. Robots”
“Instead, he blew his stack at being confronted in his own home moments after arriving from a long trip.”
“I've also never had any trouble with mail arriving from the US.”
“End Justin Smith was elected team MVP in 2008 after arriving from the Cincinnati Bengals.”
“Australia stepped up security screening of cargo arriving from the Middle East after the explosives were detected on flights.”
“Four of the authors (Scott Jacobson, Jason Roeder, Mike Sacks and Ted Travelstead, with the final Sex Better-er Todd Levin arriving later) recorded a radio program on behalf of the book for SIRIUS XM's Raw Dog Comedy on Tuesday, September 21st, and I had the pleasure of sitting in the studio with them and talking to them about the book afterward.”
“In the next video by manuels89, you can see the train arriving at the Heredia station, and an example of how people are not used to being around trains: there is a worker with a bullhorn warning passengers waiting to board to stay out of the tracks and he even has to pull back someone who is standing right in the way of the train.”
“Also check the bus destination, as the stop is also used by buses arriving from the city and continuing to other locations.”
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