Welcome can be an interjection, a verb, an adjective or a noun.
Is welcome a noun or verb?
welcome (verb) welcome (noun) welcome mat (noun)
What type of noun is the word welcome?
[countable] the way that people react to something, which shows their opinion of it This new comedy deserves a warm welcome. The proposals were given a cautious welcome by the trade unions.
What type of verb is welcome?
1[transitive, intransitive] to say hello to someone in a friendly way when they arrive somewhere welcome (somebody) They were at the door to welcome us.
What kind of speech is welcome?
|part of speech:interjection||part of speech: adjective||definition 1: received in a warm or friendly way. They were welcome guests. similar words: accepted, comfortable, wanted||definition 2: invited; freely allowed. You are welcome to share this food. synonyms: invited, permitted similar words: allowed, free|
How do you use welcome as a noun?
welcome Definitions and Synonyms
They received a tumultuous welcome. The mayor said some words of welcome (=made a short speech to welcome people). a warm welcome (=an especially friendly welcome): He gave us a warm welcome and invited us to lunch.
What can I say instead of welcome?
- You got it.
- Don’t mention it.
- No worries.
- Not a problem.
- My pleasure.
- It was nothing.
- I’m happy to help.
- Not at all.
What is the adjective for welcome?
welcome. adjective. Definition of welcome (Entry 3 of 4) 1 : received gladly into one’s presence or companionship was always welcome in their home. 2 : giving pleasure : received with gladness or delight especially in response to a need a welcome relief.
How do you welcome someone?
- “We are so excited to have you on our team! …
- “Your skills and talents will be a great addition to our project. …
- “On behalf of the whole department, welcome onboard! …
- “Congratulations on joining our team! …
- “I welcome you on behalf of management and hope you will enjoy working with us.”
Why do we use the word welcome?
Welcome derives from the Old English wilcuma, a noun meaning “a desired guest.” It acquired some of its more familiar senses in the Middle Ages, when it was used as an adjective meaning “agreeable, pleasing” (“His gift was welcome,” circa 1300) or “cordially invited to do something” (“You should be welcome to go home …
What is past tense of welcome?
past tense of welcome is welcomed.
What is the future tense of welcome?
|future||you will welcome||he, she, it will welcome||we will welcome||you will welcome|
What do u mean by welcome?
to greet the arrival of (a person, guests, etc.) with pleasure or kindly courtesy. to receive or accept with pleasure; regard as pleasant or good: to welcome a change. to meet, accept, or receive (an action, challenge, person, etc.)
Why do we say welcome after thanks?
When you do a favor, and someone says “thank you,” the automatic response is “you’re welcome.” It’s a basic rule of politeness, and it signals that you accept the expression of gratitude—or that you were happy to help.
What is the difference between welcome and greeting?
As nouns the difference between welcome and greeting
is that welcome is the act of greeting someone’s arrival, especially by saying “welcome!”; reception while greeting is a conventional phrase used to start a letter or conversation or otherwise to acknowledge a person’s arrival or presence.
How do you welcome someone in a group?
- A big congratulations on your new role! …
- A warm welcome to the office! …
- Congratulations on being part of our dynamic team!