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Franco-ProvençalEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a- + riva, Vulgar Latin *arripare, from Latin ad rīpa. Compare Italian arrivare, French arriver.

VerbEdit

arrevar

  1. to arrive (often followed by a location)
    Nos sens arrevâs a Paris por 9 hores.
    We arrived in Paris around 9 o'clock.
  2. to happen (unlike other translations of happen, can be used with an indirect object to specify something/somebody affected by the action)
    Cen ne m'arreve onques.
    That never happens to me.
  3. to be able to, to manage (to do something successfully) (see also parvegnir)
    Je su enfin arrevâ a rèpara ceta porta.
    I finally managed to repair that door.
  4. to obtain a level of success or fame.

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