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Definition of visit
verb (visits, visiting, visited) [with object]
1go to see and spend time with (someone) socially:I came to visit my grandmother [no object]:he went out to visit with his pals stay temporarily with (someone) or at (a place) as a guest or tourist:we hope you enjoy your stay and will visit us again [no object]:I don’t live here—I’m only visiting go to see (someone or something) for a specific purpose, such as to make an inspection or to receive or give professional advice or help:inspectors visit all the hotels [no object] informal chat:there was nothing to do but visit with one another go to (a website or web page):visit us at www.flycreekcidermill.com (chiefly in biblical use) (of God) come to (a person or place) in order to bring comfort or salvation. 2inflict (something harmful or unpleasant) on someone:the mockery visited upon him by his schoolmates (of something harmful or unpleasant) afflict (someone):they were visited with epidemics of a strange disease archaic punish (a person or a wrongful act):offenses were visited with the loss of eyes or ears
an act of going or coming to see a person or place socially, as a tourist, or for some other purpose:a visit to the doctor a temporary stay with a person or at a place. an informal conversation.