to arrive (at the airport, in China): to reach, to get to (the airport, China)
to arrive at (an agreement, a decision): to reach, to come to (an agreement, a decision)
Note: In English, the verb "to arrive" is generally used to describe reaching a destination. The figurative sense of "succeeding" at something is less common. To reach an agreement and to reach a decision are more natural constructions.
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