2. Parvenir. Arriver au port.
3. Aboutir. Arriver ŕ ses fins.
4. Survenir. Un malheur est arrivé.
5. (Intrans.) Réussir.
6. (Intrans.) (Familier) Percer. Un ambitieux qui arrive.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: alit).
1. To come down, as of a bird; SYN. climb down.
2. To come to rest, settle; SYN. light, perch.
1. To reach a destination; arrive by movement or by making progress; SYN. get, come.
2. To succeed in a big way; get to the top; SYN. make it, get in, go far.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: befell, befallen).
To become of; happen to; SYN. bechance, betide.
1. To chance to be or do something, without intention or causation.
2. To come into being; become reality; SYN. materialize.
3. To come to pass; occur; SYN. hap, go on, pass off, occur, pass, come about, take place.
4. To happen, occur, or be the case in the course of events or by chance; (Santayana); SYN. befall, bechance.
1. To happen; to take place; SYN. happen, pass, come to pass.
2. To come to one's mind; suggest itself; SYN. come to mind, strike, become apparent.
1. To come to a stop next to something, usually in a car
2. To draw on the reins.
1. To expose or discredit especially by revealing faults
2. To embarrass or cause to look bad especially by comparison
4. Arrive, appear
5. To be plainly evident
When you appear somewhere, you show up. Turn up is similar to show up.
When something appears or becomes visible, it shows up.
1. To come about, happen, or occur
2. To come to light; become known
3. To exude water vapor; of plants.
4. To give off (water) through the skin.
5. To pass through the tissue or substance or its pores or interstices, as of gas; SYN. transpirate.
6. Exhale; give off or escape as vapor; become known; happen.
1. To come, usually in answer to an invitation or summons
2. To produce quickly or regularly, usually with machinery.
3. To prove to be in the result or end; SYN. come out.
4. To prove to be in the result or end
5. To turn outward; SYN. splay, spread out.
1. To bend, or be doubled, upward.
2. To appear; to come to light; to transpire; to occur; to happen.
3. When people or things turn up at a place, they appear there. Show up is similar to turn up.