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Phrasal Verbs

arrive at

This page is about the phrasal verb arrive at

Meaning: to reach a result, a conclusion or a decision after considering relevant factors or details

Synonym: reach

For example:

  • arrive at sth They arrived at the cost of production by calculating raw material, transport, and manufacturing costs.

  • arrive at sth After doing research into the history of heart disease, we arrived at the same conclusion as many others. We found that diet has a huge influence on health.

Nouns often used as objects with arrive at: decision, conclusion, verdict, result, solution, figure, amount, number

Quick Quiz:

The supreme court judges should arrive at their verdict after

a. considering the facts

b. taking bribes

c. driving their cars

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