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00:10 Jan 24, 2002
English to Gujarati translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: welcome
How do you say welcome to someone?
Shelley
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5bhale padhaariyaaSHRI
5bhale padhaariyaaSHRI
4Swaagat, Ao padharoSerge L


  

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Swaagat, Ao padharo


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bhale padhaariyaa


Explanation:
bhale padhaariyaa literally means: bhale - well. padhaariyaa - come/came. It can mean either of the following:
1. You are very welcome
2. It is just great for you to be here
3. Bhale may also mean: OK, That is fine, Yes, Let it be, Well and good.
4. Padhaariyaa is a more refined way of saying that someone has arrived.

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bhale padhaariyaa


Explanation:
bhale padhaariyaa literally means: bhale - well. padhaariyaa - come/came. It can mean either of the following:
1. You are very welcome
2. It is just great for you to be here
3. Bhale may also mean: OK, That is fine, Yes, Let it be, Well and good.
4. Padhaariyaa is a more refined way of saying that someone has arrived.

SHRI
Local time: 10:08
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