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  1. the way in which someone is met and spoken to when they arrive in a place. bienvenida. They were given a warm (= very friendly) welcome. The leader of the political protests returned to a hero's/heroine's welcome after seven years in exile. She referred to his previous visit in her speech of welcome/welcome speech.

  2. welcome adj (happily received) bienvenido/a adj : She was welcome at the party. Ella fue bienvenida a la fiesta. welcome to [sth] adj + prep (may have [sth]) poder servirse, poder tomar loc verb (comida) poder comer loc verb : I've only got a cheese sandwich, but you're welcome to it. be welcome to do [sth] v expr (may do [sth]) (alguien) sentirse libre para loc verb

  3. bien recibido adj m ( bien recibida f sing, bien recibidos m pl, bien recibidas f pl) In our innovative company, new ideas are always welcome. En nuestra empresa innovadora, las ideas nuevas siempre son bien recibidas.

  4. verbo transitivo. (receive gladly) [+person] dar la bienvenida a [+news] alegrarse de. he welcomed me in me dio la bienvenida al entrar. her marriage was not welcomed by the family su matrimonio no fue bien recibido en la familia; we'd welcome your suggestions nos alegraría recibir sus sugerencias.

  5. to meet and speak to someone in a friendly way when they arrive: The visitors were warmly welcomed by the head of the department. Browning stood at the door, welcoming newcomers with a large smile and a pat on the arm. Please welcome (= please clap for) our guest of honour, George Taylor. Más ejemplos.

  6. to meet and speak to someone in a friendly way when they arrive: The visitors were warmly welcomed by the head of the department. Browning stood at the door, welcoming newcomers with a large smile and a pat on the arm. Please welcome (= please clap for) our guest of honour, George Taylor. More examples.

  7. 1. : received gladly into one's presence or companionship. was always welcome in their home. 2. : giving pleasure : received with gladness or delight especially in response to a need. a welcome relief. 3. : willingly permitted or admitted. he was welcome to come and go W. M. Thackeray.