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bienvenue

English translation of bienvenue

welcome

The French word 'bienvenue' is used in almost the same ways as 'welcome' in English. It can be used to greet someone in your home or place of work, to accept gratefully something that is offered, or to acknowledge someone's thanks.


Example sentences using: bienvenue

Bienvenue dans le monde des affaires.

English translation of Bienvenue dans le monde des affaires.

Welcome to the world of business.

This is typically said to someone starting a career in business.

Bienvenue à Paris.

English translation of Bienvenue à Paris.

Welcome to Paris.

The phrase is used to welcome someone arriving to Paris.

Vos suggestions sont les bienvenues.

English translation of Vos suggestions sont les bienvenues.

Your suggestions are welcome.

This sentence is used to show that person's suggestions are welcomed.

Tu es toujours le bienvenue chez moi.

English translation of Tu es toujours le bienvenue chez moi.

You're always welcome at my place.

This is typically said by individuals welcoming a friend into their home.

Bienvenue à bord.

English translation of Bienvenue à bord.

Welcome aboard.

The phrase is usually used to welcome someone onto a ship or plane.

Les contributions sont les bienvenues.

English translation of Les contributions sont les bienvenues.

Contributions are welcome.

This phrase is often used in situations where multiple people are working on a project.

Bienvenue dans notre équipe.

English translation of Bienvenue dans notre équipe.

Welcome to our team.

This is typically said to a new member added to a team.

Bienvenue en France.

English translation of Bienvenue en France.

Welcome to France.

The phrase is used to welcome someone arriving to France.

Chaque jour est une bienvenue.

English translation of Chaque jour est une bienvenue.

Every day is a welcome.

This phrase conveys the idea of being thankful or looking forward to each day.

Les changements sont toujours les bienvenus.

English translation of Les changements sont toujours les bienvenus.

Changes are always welcome.

This phrase is used to show that a person is open to changes.

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