receive with kindness or pleasure
be glad to accept; wish to have
received with or giving pleasure
freely permitted to take sth or to do sth
greeting given to sb when they arrive
an expression of greeting to a guest or sb who has just arrived or returned
"don't outstay your welcome"
"the proposal got a warm welcome"
"a welcome relief"
"a welcome guest"
"made the children feel welcome"
"you are welcome to join us"
"I welcome your proposals"
Welcome back to the land of the living.
出自： J. Burchill
That he was..beloved by Everard, was sufficient to insure him a welcome.
出自： A. Marsh
The welcome of the townsmen made up..for the ill-will.
出自： J. R. Green
Their landlord, who called to welcome them to Barton.
出自： J. Austen
The..loyalty with which Charles had been welcomed back to Dover.
出自： Ld Macaulay
Not too proud to admit that he..would welcome any help.
出自： Conan Doyle
Lizzie, baby in her arms, beaming and welcoming her in.
出自： M. Forster
She welcomed him back into the household with passionate embrace.
All the relatives gathered at the airport to welcome back the people who had been freed from the terrorists.
He was warmly welcomed back to Beijing.
We are pleased to welcome in several new members this year.
I would like you to welcome six new members to the club.
The workers welcomed us to their factory.
The audience welcomed her with applause.
They welcomed me with flowers.
Newcomers to the town are welcomed with baskets of fruit by the local shopkeepers.
Reduction in income tax will be welcomed with open arms.