English - Vietnamese Dictionary
welcome /'welk m/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- được tiếp đ i ân cần, được hoan nghênh
- a welcome guest: một người khách được tiếp đ i ân cần
- to make someone welcome: đón tiếp ai ân cần; làm cho ai thấy mình là khách được hoan nghênh
- to be welcome: cứ tự nhiên, cứ việc dùng, được tự do
- you are welcome to my bicycle: anh cứ việc dùng xe đạp của tôi
- you are welcome to go with them or to stay at home: anh muốn đi với họ hay ở nhà cũng được, xin cứ tựnhiên
- hay, dễ chịu, thú vị
- a welcome change: sự thay đổi dễ chịu
- welcome news: tin hay, tin vui
- to be most welcome: đến đúng lúc
- you are welcome
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) không dám, có gì đâu (nói để đáp lại lời cm n)
- thán từ
- hoan nghênh!
- Welcome to Vietnam!: hoanh nghênh các bạn đến thăm Việt nam!
- danh từ
- sự được tiếp đ i ân cần, sự đón tiếp ân cần; sự hoan nghênh
- to receive a warm welcome: được đón tiếp niềm nở
- to meet with a cold welcome: được đón tiếp một cách lạnh nhạt
- to wear out (outstay) one's welcome: ở chi lâu đến nỗi người ta không muốn tiếp nữa
- to bid someone welcome: chào mừng ai
- ngoại động từ
- đón tiếp ân cần; hoan nghênh
- to welcome a friend home: đón tiếp ân cần một người bạn ở nhà mình, hoan nghênh một người bạn đi xa mớivề nước
- to welcome a suggestion: hoan nghênh một lời gợi ý
+the state of being welcome
+a greeting or reception
+bid welcome to; greet upon arrival
+receive someone, as into one's house
+giving pleasure or satisfaction or received with pleasure or freely granted
Advanced English Dictionary
1 greet, hail, meet, receive, accept, offer hospitality (to):
Everywhere she went she was welcomed with open arms.
2 accepted, acceptable, well-received, desirable, agreeable, gratifying, appreciated:
Norma is always a welcome guest at my house. Ice cream was a welcome relief from the perennial plum duff.
3 freely permitted or allowed, invited, entitled, suffered:
At that hotel, guests are welcome to dine when they please.
4 reception, greeting, salutation:
We gave the ambassador a warm welcome.
verb, adjective, noun, exclamationCollocation Dictionary
1 ~ sb (to sth) to greet sb in a friendly way when they arrive somewhere: [VN] They were at the door to welcome us. + It is a pleasure to welcome you to our home. + [V] a welcoming smile
2 [VN] to be pleased that sb has come or has joined an organization, activity, etc: They welcomed the new volunteers with open arms (= with enthusiasm).
3 [VN] to be pleased to receive or accept sth: I'd welcome any suggestions. + I warmly welcome this decision. + In general, the changes they had made were to be welcomed.
1 that you are pleased to have, receive, etc: a welcome opportunity / relief / sight + Your letter was very welcome. + The fine weather made a welcome change.
2 (of people) accepted or wanted somewhere: Children are always welcome at the hotel. + Our neighbours made us welcome as soon as we arrived. + I had the feeling we were not welcome at the meeting. + a welcome guest / visitor
3 ~ to do sth (especially spoken) used to say that you are happy for sb to do sth if they want to: They're welcome to stay here as long as they like. + You're welcome to use the pool.
4 ~ to sth (especially spoken) used to say that you are very happy for sb to have sth because you definitely do not want it: It's an awful job. If you want it, you're welcome to it!
Idioms: you're welcome (especially AmE) used as a polite reply when sb thanks you for sth: 'Thanks for your help.' 'You're welcome.'
1 [C, U] a greeting that is given to sb when they arrive, especially a friendly one: Thank you for your warm welcome. + The winners were given an enthusiastic welcome when they arrived home. + a speech / smile of welcome + to receive a hero's welcome
2 [C] the way that people react to sth, which shows their opinion of it: This new comedy deserves a warm welcome. + The proposals were given a cautious welcome by the trade unions.
Idioms: outstay / overstay your welcome to stay somewhere as a guest longer than you are wanted
exclamation used as a greeting to a person who is arriving: Welcome home! + Welcome to Oxford!
big, enthusiastic, friendly, great, rapturous, rousing, special, tumultuous, warm
The audience gave the band a rousing welcome.
| broad, general
The proposals have been given a broad welcome by green campaigners.
| cautious, guarded, qualified | cool, cold, chilly | official | hero's
She got a hero's welcome on her return from the Olympics.
VERB + WELCOME
get, receive | extend, give sb | await
A warm welcome awaits you at this family-run hotel.
| outstay/overstay your
Sensing that he had outstayed his welcome, he quickly said his goodbyes and left.
She held out her arms in welcome.
| ~ from
The proposal received a cautious welcome from the Opposition.
| ~ to
A big welcome to our special guest, Sir James Greenan. They received a cold welcome to their new home.
a smile of welcome, a speech of welcome, words of welcomeverb
1 greet sb/be pleased sb has come
If you visit our town you will be warmly welcomed.
| formally, officially | back
The whole family turned out to welcome him back.
VERB + WELCOME
be delighted to, be pleased to | prepare to, wait to
The school is preparing to welcome the new intake of students.
He welcomed us into the club.
We are delighted to welcome you to our firm.
look forward to welcoming sb, welcome sb with open arms
They welcomed the new volunteers with open arms (= with enthusiasm).
2 be pleased about sth and support it
enthusiastically, particularly, greatly, warmly
Many companies have warmly welcomed these changes in legislation.
We positively welcome applications from all sections of the community.
| broadly | cautiously
Foreign bankers and economists cautiously welcomed the minister's initiative.
be generally/universally/widely welcomed
The proposals have been widely welcomed. adj
be, feel | make sb
They made us very welcome in their home.
doubly, especially, extremely, highly, more than, most, particularly, very
The 1% rate cut is highly welcome. You would be a most welcome guest.
| perfectly, quite
You are perfectly welcome to stay here: I can't offer five-star accommodation, that's all.
| not at all, not entirely
He made it plain that Holman's interest in his business affairs was not at all welcome.
Visitors are always welcome.
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