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British English: /ˈvɪzɪt/
American English: /ˈvɪzɪt/

Translation of visit in Italian:


  • 1 (call) an official, state visit
    una visita ufficiale, di stato
    a home visit
    una visita a domicilio
    a flying visit on her first, last visit to China, she…
    la prima, l'ultima volta che è stata in Cina, lei…
    he is on an official visit to Canada
    è in visita ufficiale in Canada
    to pay a visit to somebody o pay somebody a visit (to friend)
    andare a trovare qualcuno
    (on business)
    andare da qualcuno o andare a fare visita a qualcuno
    I'll have to pay a visit to the dentist
    dovrò andare (a farmi vedere) dal dentista
    to have a visit from
    ricevere una visita da
    (parents, friend)
    I had a visit from the police
    la polizia è venuta a farmi visita
    he had a visit from a nurse
    un'infermiera è andata da lui a domicilio
    to make a visit to
    (premises, venue)
    to make home visits (doctor etc.)
    fare visite a domicilio

transitive verb

  • 1 (call on)
    andare a trovare, andare a fare visita a
    (family, friend)
    andare da
    (doctor, dentist, solicitor, client)
    when can I come and visit you?
    quando posso venirti a trovare?
  • 2 (see)
    (exhibition, region)
    andare a vedere
  • 4 (on holiday etc.) See examples:to visit somebody
    passare a fare visita a qualcuno
    to visit a country
    visitare un paese
    come and visit us for a few days
    venite a passare qualche giorno da noi
    they often come to visit (us)
    vengono spesso a trovarci
  • 5 (affect) [formal]to be visited by
    essere afflitto da
    (disaster, difficulty)
  • 6 [archaic] (inflict) See examples:to visit something (up) on somebody
    infliggere qualcosa a qualcuno
  • 7 (American English) (socially) See examples:to visit with
    andare a trovare
    (family, friend)

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