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Chinese translation of 'welcome'

welcome

(ˈwɛlkəm)

adj

  1. [visitor, news, change etc] 受欢(歡)迎的 (shòu huānyíng de)

n (c)

  1. 欢(歡)迎 (huānyíng)

vt

  1. [visitor, speaker etc] 欢(歡)迎 (huānyíng)
  2. [news, change etc] 欢(歡)迎 (huānyíng)
    welcome to Beijing! 欢(歡)迎到北京来(來)! (huānyíng dào Běijīng lái!)
    to make sb (feel) welcome 使某人(感到)受欢(歡)迎 (shǐ mǒurén (gǎndào) shòu huānyíng)
    to be welcome to do sth 欢(歡)迎做某事 (huānyíng zuò mǒushì)
    "thank you" — "you're welcome!" "谢(謝)谢(謝)你。" "别(別)客气(氣)!" ("xièxie nǐ" "bié kèqi!")
    to give sb a warm welcome 热(熱)烈欢(歡)迎某人 (rèliè huānyíng mǒurén)

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'welcome' in Other Languages

British English: welcome /ˈwɛlkəm/ NOUN
If you give someone a welcome, you greet them in a friendly way when they arrive somewhere.
There would be a fantastic welcome awaiting him back here.
  • American English: welcome
  • Arabic: تَرْحِيب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: boas-vindas
  • Chinese: 欢迎
  • Croatian: dobrodošlica
  • Czech: přivítání
  • Danish: velkomst
  • Dutch: welkomst
  • European Spanish: recibimiento
  • Finnish: vastaanotto
  • French: bienvenue
  • German: Willkommen
  • Greek: καλωσόρισμα
  • Italian: accoglienza
  • Japanese: 歓迎
  • Korean: 환영 인사
  • Norwegian: velkomst
  • Polish: powitanie
  • European Portuguese: boas-vindas
  • Romanian: primire
  • Russian: приветствие
  • Spanish: recibimiento
  • Swedish: välkomnande
  • Thai: การต้อนรับ
  • Turkish: karşılama
  • Ukrainian: привітання
  • Vietnamese: sự đón tiếp
British English: welcome /ˈwɛlkəm/ VERB
If you welcome someone, you greet them in a friendly way when they arrive somewhere.
Several people came by to welcome me.
  • American English: welcome
  • Arabic: يُرَحِّبُ بِ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: dar as boas-vindas
  • Chinese: 欢迎
  • Croatian: dočekati
  • Czech: vítat
  • Danish: byde velkommen
  • Dutch: verwelkomen
  • European Spanish: dar la bienvenida
  • Finnish: toivottaa tervetulleeksi
  • French: accueillir
  • German: begrüßen
  • Greek: καλωσορίζω
  • Italian: accogliere
  • Japanese: 歓迎する
  • Korean: 환영하다
  • Norwegian: ønske velkommen
  • Polish: powitać
  • European Portuguese: dar as boas-vindas
  • Romanian: a întâmpina
  • Russian: приветствовать
  • Spanish: dar la bienvenida
  • Swedish: välkomna
  • Thai: ต้อนรับ
  • Turkish: karşılamak
  • Ukrainian: вітати
  • Vietnamese: tiếp đón
British English: welcome ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as welcome, you mean that people wanted it and are happy that it has occurred.
This was certainly a welcome change of fortune.
British English: welcome! /ˈwɛlkəm/ INTERJECTION
You say `Welcome!' when you are greeting someone who has just arrived somewhere.
  • American English: welcome!
  • Arabic: مَرْحَباً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: bem-vindo!
  • Chinese: 欢迎光临!
  • Croatian: dobrodošli!
  • Czech: vítejte!
  • Danish: velkommen
  • Dutch: welkom!
  • European Spanish: ¡Bienvenido!
  • Finnish: tervetuloa!
  • French: bienvenue !
  • German: willkommen!
  • Greek: καλωσορίσατε!
  • Italian: benvenuto!
  • Japanese: ようこそ!
  • Korean: 환영! 인사
  • Norwegian: velkommen!
  • Polish: serdecznie witamy!
  • European Portuguese: bem-vindo!
  • Romanian: bun venit!
  • Russian: добро пожаловать!
  • Spanish: ¡Bienvenido!
  • Swedish: välkommen!
  • Thai: ยินดีต้อนรับ
  • Turkish: hoş geldiniz!
  • Ukrainian: ласкаво просимо!
  • Vietnamese: hoan nghênh!

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Translation of welcome from the Collins English to Chinese
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