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Verb
/ˈvizit/,
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visited, past participle; visits, 3rd person singular present; visited, past tense; visiting, present participle;
  1. Go to see and spend time with (someone) socially
    • - I came to visit my grandmother
  2. Go to see and spend time in (a place) as a tourist

  3. Stay temporarily with (someone) or at (a place) as a guest
    • - we hope you enjoy your stay and will visit us again
    • - I don't live here—I'm only visiting
  4. 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
  5. Go to see (someone) socially
    • - he went out to visit with his pals
  6. Chat
    • - there was nothing to do but visit with one another
  7. Go to (a website or Web page)
    • - visit us at www.flycreekcidermill.com
  8. (chiefly in biblical use) (of God) come to (a person or place) in order to bring comfort or salvation

  9. Inflict (something harmful or unpleasant) on someone
    • - the mockery visited upon him by his schoolmates
  10. (of something harmful or unpleasant) Afflict (someone)
    • - they were visited with epidemics of a strange disease
  11. Punish (a person or a wrongful act)
    • - offenses were visited with the loss of eyes or ears
Noun
  1. 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
  2. A temporary stay with a person or at a place

  3. An informal conversation


  1. the act of going to see some person or place or thing for a short time; "he dropped by for a visit"
  2. go to see a place, as for entertainment; "We went to see the Eiffel Tower in the morning"
  3. a meeting arranged by the visitor to see someone (such as a doctor or lawyer) for treatment or advice; "he scheduled a visit to the dentist"
  4. travel to: go to certain places as for sightseeing; "Did you ever visit Paris?"
  5. pay a brief visit; "The mayor likes to call on some of the prominent citizens"
  6. the act of visiting in an official capacity (as for an inspection)
  7. VisIt is an open source interactive parallel visualization and graphical analysis tool for viewing scientific data. It can be used to visualize scalar and vector fields defined on 2D and 3D structured and unstructured meshes. ...
  8. The Visit (original title "Der Besuch der alten Dame") is a 1956 tragicomedy by Swiss dramatist Friedrich Dürrenmatt.
  9. The Visit is a 1964 film co-production from France, Italy, Germany, and the United States, distributed by 20th Century Fox. It was directed by Bernhard Wicki and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and Julien Derode with Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Quinn as co-producers. ...
  10. The Visit is the story of Alex Waters (Hill Harper), a dying young man serving out a prison sentence for a rape he says he didn't commit. The movie follows Alex, his family, and his girlfriend as they try to come to an emotional resolution.
  11. The Visit is a collection of poems by Ian Hamilton published in 1970 by Faber and Faber. This was a somewhat reworked and expanded version of the 1964 pamphlet. The thirty-three poems contained in the The Visit all reflect Hamilton's concise writing style. ...
  12. The Visit is the fourth studio album by Loreena McKennitt and was released in 1991. The album is certified Gold in the US.
  13. A single act of visiting; A meeting with a doctor at their surgery or the doctor's at one's home; To go and meet (a person) or see (a place); To inflict (a punishment etc.); To avenge (an offense) by inflicting a punishment etc; To make a visit
  14. (a:visited) is the link that has been clicked recently. Often, it is simply the same color, but darker than a.
  15. Visiting a file means loading its contents into a buffer (q.v.) where they can be edited. See section Visiting Files.
  16. (Visiting) things to do, places to go
  17. (Visits) A series of requests to a Web site from the same uniquely identified visitors with a set timeout. A visit is expected to contain multiple hits and page views.
  18. (Visits) A series of page requests by a visitor without 30 consecutive minutes of inactivity (same as a ‘user session’).
  19. (Visits) occur when some remote site makes a request for a page on your server for the first time. As long as the same site keeps making requests within a given timeout period, they will all be considered part of the same Visit. ...
  20. (Visits) The total number of times people visited your web site.
  21. (Visits) and visitors are two measures of website traffic. A visit is when a user has come to your site and browsed one or more pages; a visitor might come back for multiple visits and their identity is typically tracked with a cookie to give site administrators a clearer idea of how many people ...
  22. (Visits (1 Mo)) No Information Available
  23. (Visits) A term used to indicate how many times a Web page has been visited by people on the Internet. For example, if a site has received over 200,000 "visits," the main page has been displayed by different users all over the world more than 200,000 times.
  24. (Visits) A visit consists of one or more accesses made by the same visitor, with no more than a certain time interval between accesses. If a unique IP accesses a page, and then requests three others without an hour between any of the requests, all of the pages are included in the visit. ...
  25. (Visits) Request from one user on the www server. When a user is not active over 30 minutes on the server, another request is recognized as an another visit.