Other words for arrive

Other words for arrive


  • Get there

‘Get there’ refers to the future. For example, you can say “I hope you get there on time.’  ‘ We will get there by midnight.’

  • Get in

When ‘get in’ means ‘arrive’, it is usually used in the past tense.


  1. What time did you get in?
  2. We got in very late last night.
  3. She got in on time.
  • Get to

  1. We got to Manchester at 10 p.m.
  2. What time did you get to the station?
  • Reach

Reach means “a.rrive at something”

  1. We have reached a good decision.
  2. We have reached an agreement about the matter.

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