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bienvenue

[ byan-vuh-ny ]
/ byɛ̃ vəˈnü /
French.
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adjective
welcome (used when addressing or referring to a woman).
noun
a welcome; kindly greeting or reception.
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How to use bienvenue in a sentence

  • The shrill voices of these petit garcons expressed our only bienvenue to France!

    The Greater Love|George T. McCarthy
  • It was that night that the Bienvenue (welcome supper) was to take place.

    Trooper 3809|Lionel Decle
  • Nous souhaitons la bienvenue dans nos montagnes au noble Lord, au brillant orateur de la Chambre des Communes.

    Lord Randolph Churchill|Winston Spencer Churchill
  • When a nouveau is entered at an atelier, he is expected to pay "la bienvenue," his welcome.

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