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Translation of "welcome" - English-Spanish dictionary

welcome

adjective, exclamation   /ˈwel·kəm/
A2 said to someone who has just arrived somewhere bienvenido Welcome home! Welcome to the UK.
you’re welcome!
A2 said as a polite answer when someone thanks you for doing something de nada ‘It was very kind of you to help.’ ‘You’re welcome.’
B1 If you are welcome, people are pleased that you are there. bienvenido You will always be welcome here.
be welcome to do something
B1 used to tell someone that they can certainly do something, if they want to estar invitado a hacer algo Anyone who is interested is welcome to come.
verb   /ˈwel·kəm/ ( present participle welcoming, past tense and past participle welcomed)
B1 to say hello to someone who has arrived in a place dar la bienvenida a Both families were there to welcome us.
to be pleased about something and want it to happen aplaudir, acoger con agrado The decision was welcomed by everybody.
noun   /ˈwel·kəm/
B1 the act of saying hello to someone who arrives somewhere bienvenida He was given a warm welcome by his fans.
(Definition of welcome from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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!’
(Definition of welcome from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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