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visiting

Syllabification: vis·it·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈvizidiNG
 
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Definition of visiting in English:

adjective

[attributive]
1(Of a person) on a visit to a person or place: a visiting speaker
More example sentences
  • Still, Davis said the fees allow him to give small honorariums to visiting guest speakers.
  • In addition, there will be a ‘meeting point’ area set aside for lectures and seminars by guest speakers and visiting authors.
  • It takes a strong, confident personality for a visiting player to play well in that kind of environment.
1.1(Of an academic) working for a fixed period of time at another institution: a visiting professor
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  • For a while, the tendency was to accept visiting positions in academic institutions, but soon the sabbatical year became an opportunity to work in any field that paid well.
  • Although he would serve as a visiting lecturer at numerous universities, his academic home was Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
  • If I recall correctly, Professor Kennedy was a visiting prof at Stanford Law School some years after I graduated.

Words that rhyme with visiting

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