welcome back(redirected from welcome you back)
1. A greeting said to someone upon their return. A: "Mom? Dad? I'm home!" B: "Hi, honey! Welcome back!" Welcome back, Everyone. I hope you had a nice spring break.
2. To greet or receive someone cordially or hospitably upon returning to some place or situation. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "welcome" and "back." I'd like you all to join me in welcoming back Sarah as she rejoins our company as the new VP of sales! I became estranged from my family for a few years, but they welcomed me back with open arms.
welcome someone or something back
to greet the return of someone or something. We are delighted to welcome you back to our house. The students welcomed back the teacher who had been ill.