visitnoun

  • ja訪問
  • enthe act of going to see someone or something (such as a place or a website)

Examples

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Mute
1.
What am I gonna do?
2.
Well, why don't you send her a musical bug?
3.
Oh, no, you already did that.
4.
Alright, look.
5.
You're gonna have to go there yourself now, okay?
6.
Make a few surprise visits.
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Mute
1.
Purpose of your visit?
2.
I'm going to see Bruce Springsteen's hometown.
3.
I can't think of a better reason to visit the United States than to see the home of the Boss.
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Mute
1.
How shall I make my return?
2.
You should begin with a discreet appearance in the Vatican Gardens.
3.
A visit to the sisters of the convent of Santa Teresa, perhaps.
4.
Someone is bound to see you.
5.
Rumors will start flying.
6.
I will steal a photo of you, blurry, from a distance, which I will then leak to the media.
7.
Everyone will get all stirred up.
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Mute
1.
I'm heading to Pearl Bay.
2.
I can't wait to see you!
3.
Reason for visit?
4.
I just need to see my daughter.
5.
Darling!
6.
You've, you've, you've...
7.
I am.

Other meanings for visit...

visitverb

  • ja〔ウェブページに〕アクセスする
  • ento go to see someone or something (such as a place or a website)
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Mute
1.
Say, who's she?
2.
Her?
3.
She's your friend who came to visit you.
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Mute
1.
I'm so sorry, my husband's in the lobby.
2.
I just need to step out for 1 second.
3.
Sure. It's nice that he visits you at work.
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Mute
1.
Have you gone to visit him?
2.
Who?
3.
The pope in a coma.
4.
No. Not yet.
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Mute
1.
Malcolm Beck came to visit me today.
2.
What did he want?
3.
Men like him, they just wanna be feared.