• name of town in minnesota (usa)
• interjection used to greet a visitor or recent arrival in a friendly manner; salutation to one who is a newcomer
• reception; greeting
• receive, accept warmly; accept willingly; greet with kindness; greet a newcomer; receive a person into one's home
• blessed, wanted; received with pleasure; free, given consent (to do something)
• if you welcome someone, you greet them in a friendly way when they arrive at the place where you are. verb here but can also be used as a count noun. e.g. i was given a warm welcome by the president.
• you can say `welcome' to someone who has just arrived.
• if someone is welcome in a place, people are pleased when they come there.
• if you tell someone that they are welcome to do something which you are inviting them to do, you are encouraging them to do it.
• if you welcome something new, you approve of it and support it.
• if something that happens or occurs is welcome, you are pleased about it or approve of it.
• if you make someone welcome, you make them feel happy and accepted in a situation, especially when they arrive in a new place.
• you can acknowledge someone's thanks by saying `you're welcome'.
• interjection used to greet passengers (into a plane, ship, train, etc.); interjection used to greet a newcomer in a new office or new job or project
• arch across the main street into a city or town having the name of city or town indicated on it
• i'm glad you've returned, it's good to have you back
• greet someone after a long or short-term absence
welcome back party
• celebration held upon someone's return to their home
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