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visitor

Pronunciation: /ˈvɪzətər; ˈvɪzɪtə(r)/

Translation of visitor in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • (to museum, town etc) visitante (masculine and feminine); (to person's home) visita (feminine) she's got visitors tiene visitas or visita, tiene invitados she's not receiving visitors no recibe only two visitors per patient visitas de dos personas como máximo por paciente we're just visitors here no somos de aquí visitors' book libro (masculine) de visitas visitors' register registro (masculine) (de entrada) a surprise win for the visitors una victoria sorpresa del equipo visitante
    Example sentences
    • Their view will be that of the outsider, the visitor, the tourist.
    • This is a wonderful development in the area and was much needed to facilitate the local visitor and the passing tourists.
    • She was a frequent visitor to the local garden centres in the city and county and her garden was a testimony to her love of shrubs and flowers.

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