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03:03 Aug 11, 2000
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: WELCOME
Greeting
KATHERINE
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Summary of answers provided
naAhlan wa SahlanAbdulkareem Shamdeen
naAhlan wa sahlanyacine
naHala
Ghassan Ghosn
naعلى الرّحْبِ والسَعَةRaghad
naﻸﻬﺳ ﻮ ﻸﻫﺁ (Ahlan wa sahlan)
Muhammad Riedinger


  

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48 mins
ﻸﻬﺳ ﻮ ﻸﻫﺁ (Ahlan wa sahlan)


Explanation:
This is the closest equivalent, and very commonly used all over the Arab and Islamic World, literally it means something like: "feel easy and like one of us!"
Good luck!

Muhammad Riedinger
Pakistan
Local time: 14:08
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman

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Raghad
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1 hr
على الرّحْبِ والسَعَة


Explanation:
the most common answer is the first one:
أهلا وسهلا
but if the asker wants something sophisticated she may use the form submitted above.ً
We also say:
مرحباً وأهلاً
it means:Welcome and make yourself at home

Raghad
Local time: 11:08
PRO pts in pair: 160
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2 hrs
Hala


Explanation:
One classical Arabic word meaning...'welcome'.

"Hala' Katherine, or Kat (*)

* That's how we address our 32-yr-old daughter, KATERINA

Ghassan Ghosn
Local time: 11:08
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
PRO pts in pair: 50

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Raghad
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5 hrs
Ahlan wa sahlan


Explanation:
it means welcome home and make your self at ease

yacine
Local time: 10:08
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 51

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Raghad
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1 day 7 hrs
Ahlan wa Sahlan


Explanation:
This means welcome. It can be used in situations like:
- when greeting somebody.
- when somebody is visiting you and you welcome him/her.
- when somebody thanks you, you will respond by saying (welcome).


Abdulkareem Shamdeen
Local time: 01:08
Native speaker of: Native in KurdishKurdish, Native in ArabicArabic
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