English version

homecoming in College topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhomecominghome‧com‧ing /ˈhəʊmˌkʌmɪŋ $ ˈhoʊm-/ noun  1 RETURN[countable] an occasion when someone comes back to their home after a long absence2 [countable, uncountable] American EnglishSEC an occasion when former students return to their high school or college
Examples from the Corpus
homecomingWhat a homecoming! thought a pleased Andrew; as the welcome fragrance of his shop greeted him at the door.Alvin and his dancers were welcomed back to the academy as homecoming heroes.Coming back for her uncle's funeral was not a happy homecoming for her.Amelie hadn't thought her homecoming would be quite like this.Dole was choking back tears during his recent homecoming in Russell, Kansas.We arranged a party for my brother's homecoming, when he returned from five years in Australia.Meanwhile, under the careful eye of the housekeeper, the servants were busily making preparations for the master's homecoming.But today, a year since John McCarthy's homecoming, their worst dread has proved unfounded.It is essential that relatives have adequate warning so that they can make arrangements for the patient's homecoming.Originally, the homecoming event was planned for the Los Angeles Police Academy last year.