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Greek translation: Kalwsorisate.

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09:34 Sep 13, 2000
English to Greek translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: welcome
I am looking for the translation for the greeting "welcome!"
Jen
Greek translation:Kalwsorisate.
Explanation:
The w is the Greek omega. This is the polite form (or the second person in plural). If you want to use the second person in singular, you can say "Kalwsorises".
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na +2Kalwsorisate.
Maria Karra
naκαλωσόρισες / καλωσορίσατε
Leo Kalovyrnas


  

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36 mins peer agreement (net): +2
Kalwsorisate.


Explanation:
The w is the Greek omega. This is the polite form (or the second person in plural). If you want to use the second person in singular, you can say "Kalwsorises".

Maria Karra
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Local time: 13:02
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καλωσόρισες / καλωσορίσατε


Explanation:
Depending on whether you are addressing one person that you know well (kalosOrises - stress on O) or several people, or someone you don't know so well (kalosorIsate - stress on I), you may choose between the two.



Leo Kalovyrnas
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Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek, Native in EnglishEnglish
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