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  • interjection
    used as a friendly greeting to someone who has arrived at a place
    Welcome to America!
    Welcome home!
    Welcome backWe missed you.
    welcome to the club
    xem club
    [more ~; most ~]
    giving someone happiness or pleasure
    That is welcome news.
    That will be a welcome change.
    He was a welcome sight.
    used to say that you are happy to have someone come to and stay in a place (such as your home)
    You're always welcome in our home. [=we are always glad to have you as a guest in our home]
    They always made us feel very welcome when we visited them.
    a - used to say that someone can have or take something because you do not want it yourself; + to
    If she really wants this old computershe's welcome to it.
    b - used to say that someone can certainly do or use something if he or she wants to; followed by to + verb
    Anyone is welcome to use the pool. [=anyone can use the pool]
    You are welcome to sleep here if you want.
    you're welcome
    used as a response to someone who has thanked you
    Thanks for the rideYou're welcome.
    -comes; -comed; -coming
    [+ obj] to greet (someone) in a warm and friendly manner
    We welcome you to the show.
    to receive or accept (something) with happiness or pleasure
    plural -comes
    [count] :the way in which someone is greeted
    He extended a warm welcome to the new family in town. [=he greeted the new family warmly]
    They gave us a cold welcome. [=they did not greet us in a friendly way] - sometimes used figuratively
    outstay/overstay your welcome
    or wear out your welcome
    to be no longer welcome to stay in a place because you have stayed too long, been impolite, etc.
    After staying for a weekshe felt she had worn out her welcome.

    * Các từ tương tự:
    welcome mat