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English term or phrase:welcome
Hebrew translation:BROOCHIM HA-BA-IM
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09:45 Jun 14, 2001
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: welcome
As in "welcome to [my office]," or specifically, "welcome to the Graduation ceremony"
Brian
BROOCHIM HA-BA-IM
Explanation:
BROOCHIM HABAIM - saying it to many (men only or men & women.

BROOCHOT HABA-OT - saying it to a group of women only.

BAROOCH HA-BA - to one man.

BROOCHA HA-BA-AH - to one woman.
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Tammy Portelli-Alon
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naBROOCHIM HA-BA-IMTammy Portelli-Alon
naBienvenido
Luis Callero


  

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1 hr
Bienvenido


Explanation:
Depending of who are you giving the welcome:
female: Bienvenida
male: Bienvenido
"Bienvenido a mi oficina"
plural (as a Graduation): Bienvenidos
"Bienvenidos a la Ceremonia de Graduaciףn"

Greetings, Luigi

Luis Callero
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5 hrs
BROOCHIM HA-BA-IM


Explanation:
BROOCHIM HABAIM - saying it to many (men only or men & women.

BROOCHOT HABA-OT - saying it to a group of women only.

BAROOCH HA-BA - to one man.

BROOCHA HA-BA-AH - to one woman.

Tammy Portelli-Alon
PRO pts in pair: 8
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