Bedeutung von “welcome” im Essential American English Dictionary


exclamation us /ˈwel.kəm/

A2 said to someone who has just arrived somewhere:

Welcome home!
Welcome to Dallas.
you’re welcome

A2 said as a polite answer when someone thanks you for doing something:

“Thanks a lot for helping!” “You’re welcome.”

B1 If you are welcome, people are happy that you are there:

You will always be welcome here.
be welcome to do something

B1 used to tell someone that he or she can certainly do something, if he or she wants to:

Anyone who is interested is welcome to come.

(Definition von “welcome exclamation” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)