Bedeutung von “welcome” — Learner’s Dictionary

welcome

verb [ T ] us uk /ˈwelkəm/
I'd like to welcome Dr Edwards to the conference.She personally welcomes all her guests.No one was there to welcome us at the airport.Please welcome our guest speaker, Peter Challis.A small group of supporters turned up to welcome the players at the airport.
GREET

B1 to greet someone who has arrived in a place:

Both families were there to welcome us.
LIKE

B2 to be pleased about something and want it to happen:

The decision was welcomed by everybody.
I would welcome your advice.

(Definition von “welcome verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)