Traducción de visit en español:
- 1.1 (brief call, stay, trip) visita (feminine) we had a visit from the health inspector el inspector de sanidad nos hizo una visita to pay a visit to sb hacerle* una visita a algn, ir* a ver a algn to pay a visit to sth visitar algo I must just go and pay a visit (British English/inglés británico) [euphemistic/eufemístico] necesito lavarme las manos [euphemistic/eufemístico] this is my first visit to Rome esta es la primera vez que visito Roma, esta es la primera visita que hago a Roma a private/an official visit to Washington/Moscow una visita privada/oficial a Washington/MoscúExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (chat) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar], charla (feminine), conversación (feminine) (Latin America/América Latina) , plática (feminine) (Central America/América Central) (Mexico/México) , conversa (Andes)
- When I was in London I popped up to Kettering to pay him a visit.
- Having ranted considerably, welcome to my new English civilian female friend who has decided to pay me a visit in the club this evening.
- It's a little empty at the moment, but pay him a visit anyway.
Example sentences1.3 (to a web site) visita (feminine), acceso (masculine) the number of visits to a web site el número de visitas al or de un sitio web
- It was meant to be a temporary visit, but Tokyo broke its promise, and said they were not going back.
- Hawkes Bay was a really nice place, and being only 4 hours from Wellington, I can potentially see some future weekend visits to stay there and see more of what it has to offer.
- Better keep your friend and your roots for wonderful visits, and stay where you already have not only friends but also your network of casual acquaintances - your world.
- For a long time, these visits were simple informal ‘hi and how are you’ stops in JoAnn's office.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 2 [literary/literario] (usually passive/normalmente en voz pasiva) 2.1 (afflict)to be visited
withsth the country was visited with a plague of insects una plaga de insectos azotó el país 2.2 (inflict) to visit sth onsb infligirle* algo aalgn the punishments visited on them by the gods los castigos que los dioses les infligieron
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 (pay a call) hacer* una visita; (stay) estar* de visita she's always promising to visit siempre está prometiéndonos que nos hará una visita he doesn't live with us, he's just visiting no vive con nosotros, está de visita is visiting allowed? ¿se permiten las visitas? to go visiting ir* de visita, ir* a hacer visitas I've invited her to come and visit next year la he invitado a que venga a visitarnos or a pasar una temporada con nosotros el año que viene 1.2(visiting present participle/participio presente)[team] visitante; [lecturer] invitado 1.3 (chat) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar]to visit (
withsb) charlar ( conalgn) [colloquial/familiar] stay and visit (with me) for a while quédate a charlar (conmigo) un rato [colloquial/familiar]
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