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Spanish translation of “welcome”

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welcome

adjective /ˈwelkəm/
received with gladness and happiness
bienvenido
She will make you welcome He is a welcome visitor at our house The extra money was very welcome The holiday made a welcome change.
welcoming adjective
acogedor
a welcoming smile.
be welcome to to be gladly given permission to (have, do or accept something)
poder… con toda libertad
You’re welcome to stay as long as you wish.
you’re welcome! (especially American) that’s quite all right, no thanks are necessary
de nada, no hay de qué
’Thanks !’ ’You’re welcome!’
Translations of “welcome”
in Korean 환영 합니다!…
in Arabic أهْلاً وسَهْلاً, مُرحّب بِه…
in French bienvenu…
in Italian benvenuto, gradito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 會面, 受歡迎的…
in Russian желанный, ценный…
in Turkish kabul gören, kabul edilen…
in Polish mile widziany…
in Portuguese bem-vindo…
in German willkommen…
in Catalan benvingut…
in Japanese ようこそ, いらっしゃい, 歓迎されて…
in Chinese (Simplified) 会面, 受欢迎的…
(Definition of welcome from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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