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How To Say 'Welcome' In Different Languages?

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IN Tamil : Vanga

In Dutch: Welkom

In Frisian: Wolkom

in Hebrew: Baruch ha-ba

in German: Willkommen

in French: Bienvenue

in Welsh: Croeso

in Italian: Benvenuto

in Spanish: Bienvenido

in Portuguese: Bemvindo
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The word 'welcome' is one of the most beautiful words in any language. It indicates an openness to receive or meet somebody.  

Here are some of the versions of the word in various languages around the world:Arabic-Ahlan Wa Sahlan.
Chinese-Huan ying.
Danish-Velkommen.
Dutch-Welkom.
French-Bien venue.
German-Willkommen.
Hindi-Swaagat hai.
Italian-Ben venuto.
Japanese-Irasshai.
Korean-Chunn-mannay-oh.
Polish- Dzieñ dobry.
Spanish-Bienvenido.
Urdu-Tashreef laayiey.

The phrase you're welcome is used in the following manner: French: Vous etes bienvenu or avec plaisir (with pleasure).
German - du bist willkommein or de nada ('it is nothing')
Spanish - eres agradable and Italian-prego.

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