How to Say Welcome in Different Languages

Welcome in Different Languages: Language is an extension of culture. You’re never too old to learn a new language. Language can help when you go somewhere or when your country has high tourist attraction. People from other world countries would come to explore your country. In this case you’re the ones welcoming them.  Welcome is a word which is said in many situations.

How to Say Welcome in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Welcome
Albaniani mirëpritur
Basqueongietorri
Belarusianдабро запрашаем
Bosniandobrodošli
Bulgarianдобре дошли
Catalanbenvinguda
CroatianDobrodošli
CzechVítejte
DanishVelkommen
DutchWelkom
EstonianTere tulemast
FinnishTervetuloa
FrenchBienvenue
GalicianBenvido
Germanherzlich willkommen
Greekκαλως ΗΡΘΑΤΕ (kalos IRTHATE)
HungarianÜdvözöljük
Icelandicvelkominn
Irishfáilte
Italianbenvenuto
Latviangaidīts
Lithuanianlaukiamas
Macedonianдобредојден
Maltesemerħba
NorwegianVelkommen
PolishWitamy
Portuguesebem vinda
RomanianBine ati venit
Russianдобро пожаловать (Dobro pozhalovat')
SerbianДобродошли (Dobrodoshli)
Slovakvitajte
Sloveniandobrodošli
SpanishBienvenido
SwedishVälkommen
Ukrainianласкаво просимо (laskavo prosymo)
Welshcroeso
Yiddishבאַגריסן
Armenianողջույն
Azerbaijanixoş
Bengaliস্বাগত
Chinese Simplified欢迎 (huānyíng)
Chinese Traditional歡迎 (huānyíng)
Georgianმისასალმებელი
Gujaratiસ્વાગત
Hindiस्वागत हे
HmongZoo siab txais tos
Japaneseようこそ
Kannadaಸ್ವಾಗತಾರ್ಹ
KazakhҚош келдіңіздер
Khmerស្វាគមន៍
Korean환영 (hwan-yeong)
Laoຍິນດີຕ້ອນຮັບ
Malayalamസ്വാഗതം
Marathiआपले स्वागत आहे
Mongolianтавтай морилно уу
Myanmar (Burmese)ကြိုဆို
Nepaliस्वागत
Sinhalaපිළිගැනීමේ
Tajikхуш омадед
Tamilவரவேற்பு
Teluguస్వాగత
Thaiยินดีต้อนรับ
TurkishHoşgeldiniz
Urduخوش آمدید
UzbekXush kelibsiz
VietnameseChào mừng
Arabicأهلا بك ('ahlaan bik)
Hebrewברוך הבא
Persianخوش آمدی
Afrikaanswelkom
Chichewaolandiridwa
Hausabarka
Igbowelcome
Sesothoamohelehile
Somalisoo dhaweyn
Swahilikaribu
Yorubawelcome
Zuluwamukelekile
Cebuanowelcome
Filipinomaligayang pagdating
IndonesianSELAMAT DATANG
Javanesesambutan
Malagasytonga soa
Malayselamat datang
Maorinau mai
Esperantobonvenon
Haitian Creoleakeyi
Latingratissimum

It could be in return to thank you when someone has done a favor to you. Welcome is an instant manner of greeting someone. We hear phrases like, “you’re always welcome”, “anytime”, “it doesn’t matter”. Welcome is also used when you allow someone to come like “you’re always welcome to visit my home”.

Welcome is a gesture to encourage and support something. Welcome is used as a kind greeting, pleasure and courtesy. Welcome is a formal greeting. We come across it so many times in our daily life. Consider a situation when you lend your friend a pen. The conversation between you too would be

Him: “thank you for doing this favor”

Your reply would be “you’re always welcome”.

This is just one common life example of saying Welcome.

When can we use welcome:

Encourage or support something:

He welcome the opportunity of moving to another country.

Greet someone in a friendly way on their arrival:

We’re happy to welcome our guests.

Invite someone to visit you:

You’re always welcome to visit

When you’re pleased to do something:

The holiday was a welcome.

Used to tell someone that they can do something:

You’re welcome to do it if you want.

The way someone is greeted when they arrive:

The guests were given a very warm welcome.

Said as a greeting when someone arrives:

Welcome, please come in.

When someone thanks you:

“Thanks for taking care of my baby”. “You’re welcome”.

Welcome isn’t the best way to react when somebody says thanks to you? Here are a couple of more approaches to state “The pleasure is all mine” in English.

You got it

No stresses

Not an issue

My pleasure

It was nothing

I’m glad to help

Not under any condition

Sure

Whenever

Every one of these expressions mean a similar that the individual is glad to help. You shouldn’t stress over saying thank you to an individual from next time.

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