welcome

00:00 Jan 24, 2002
English to Basque translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: welcome
welcome
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5Ongietorria
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4 +1Ongi etorri, Ongi etorria, [to several p.] Ongi etorriak
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Ongi etorri, Ongi etorria, [to several p.] Ongi etorriak


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Serge L
Local time: 01:19

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Ongietorria


Explanation:
If it is a noun, you should say "ongietorria". If it is not, then you should say "ongi etorri" (in the singular) or "ongi etorriak" (in the plural). Depending on the context, for instance, if it is a signpost of a city, you should have "agur" (which is the word for hello and goodbye, but which is also used to welcome visitors to a city).
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Local time: 01:19
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