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Literally "du är välkommen". In practical terms it's probably something else, as the language structure isn't quite the same.

If you're giving somebody a gift, then it would be "Varsågod".

If you're saying something like, "You're welcome to come in", then I believe it would be "Du är välkommen att komma in".

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