English version

welcome/greet somebody/something with open arms

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwelcome/greet somebody/something with open armswelcome/greet somebody/something with open armsFRIENDLYto be very pleased to see someone or something Mike will be welcomed back into the team with open arms. open
Examples from the Corpus
welcome/greet somebody/something with open armsAnd if the turnout was any indication, the parish was welcoming them with open arms.Did I welcome him with open arms?He greeted Riley with open arms.Would you welcome them with open arms?Mind, I welcomed them with open arms because it meant I could stay off school.Now we welcome death with open arms, especially when we are old.He welcomed them with open arms, talked freely, played draughts with the younger and learned tables from the elder.
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