English version

with open arms

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwith open armswith open armsHAPPYif you do something with open arms, you show that you are happy to see someone or eager to accept an idea, plan etc We welcomed Henry’s offer with open arms. My new in-laws accepted me with open arms. arm
Examples from the Corpus
welcomed ... with open armsThe commission-hungry staff smell money and class, and the pair are welcomed with open arms.You walk in here and you expect to be welcomed with open arms.He welcomed them with open arms, talked freely, played draughts with the younger and learned tables from the elder.Mind, I welcomed them with open arms because it meant I could stay off school.The Greenpeace support was welcomed with open arms.Those who managed to dodge the snipers on the border were welcomed with open arms.
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