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homecoming

noun [C]  us   /ˈhoʊmˌkʌmˈɪŋ/
a person’s arrival home after being away for a long time: We were all eagerly awaiting my brother's homecoming from the war. a celebration at a school or college, usually including a dance and a football game, when people who were students there at an earlier time can return to visit
Translations of “homecoming”
in Chinese (Traditional) 返家, (長時間離開後)回家鄉…
in Russian возвращение домой…
in Turkish eve/yurda dönüş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 归家, (长时间离开后)回家乡…
in Polish powrót do domu…
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