Spanish for Welcome

Spanish for welcome. Find out how to say welcome in Spanish as a greeting, a noun, an adjective or a verb? Improve your Spanish vocabulary and glossary

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spanish for welcome

There are different ways to say Welcome in Spanish. It depends on the context that you are using this word. It can be used as a greeting, a noun, an adjective, or transitive verb. Here we will show you Spanish for welcome.

Spanish for welcome

1. If you use Welcome as a greeting

Welcome = Bienvenido (bee-en-veh-nee-doh)

Use this as a greeting. You might say it when someone arrives at your home or your shop.
Note: Bienvenida is the feminine form of “welcome”. Pronounce it as bee-en-veh-nee-dah

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spanish for welcome

Spanish for welcome

2. If you use Welcome as a noun in Spanish

Welcome = bienvenida (bee-en-veh-nee-dah) / recibimiento (reh-see-bee-mee-en-toh) / acogida (ah-koh-hee-dah)

For example:

The woman is offering a warm welcome to her long-lost brother

In this sentence, welcome is used as a noun

3. If you use Welcome as a transitive verb

For example: The man is happy to welcome you to his home

To welcome = dar la bienvenida a (dahr lah bee-en-veh-nee-dah ah)

4. If you use welcome as an adjective

For example: The new flowers will offer a welcome change to my yard

Welcome = bienvenido (bee-en-veh-nee-doh)

You may want to know: How to say you’re welcome in Spanish

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