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welcome

Definitions by Oxford


[ˈwɛlkəm], (Noun)

Definitions:
- an instance or manner of greeting someone
(e.g: you will receive a warm welcome)


Phrases:
- make someone welcome
- outstay one's welcome
- you're welcome

Origin:
Old English wilcuma ‘a person whose coming is pleasing’, wilcumian (verb), from wil- ‘desire, pleasure’ + cuman ‘come’. The first element was later changed to wel- ‘well’, influenced by Old French bien venu or Old Norse velkominn


[ˈwɛlkəm], (Interjection)

Definitions:
- used to greet someone in a polite or friendly way
(e.g: welcome to the Wildlife Park)


Phrases:
- make someone welcome
- outstay one's welcome
- you're welcome

Origin:


[ˈwɛlkəm], (Verb)

Definitions:
- greet (someone arriving) in a polite or friendly way
(e.g: hotels should welcome guests in their own language)


Phrases:
- make someone welcome
- outstay one's welcome
- you're welcome

Origin:


[ˈwɛlkəm], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- (of a guest or new arrival) gladly received
(e.g: I'm pleased to see you, lad—you're welcome)

- very pleasing because much needed or desired
(e.g: after your walk, the tea room serves a welcome cuppa)

- allowed or invited to do a specified thing
(e.g: we arrange a framework of activities which you are welcome to join)


Phrases:
- make someone welcome
- outstay one's welcome
- you're welcome

Origin:







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