US: /ˈvɪzɪt/
UK: /vˈɪzɪt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

visit /'vizit/
  • danh từ
    • sự đi thăm, sự thăm hỏi, sự thăm viếng
      • to pay someone a visit: đến thăm người nào
    • sự tham quan; thời gian ở lại thăm
      • a visit to England: cuộc đi tham quan nước Anh
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) cuộc truyện trò thân mật (lúc đến thăm nhau)
    • (y học) sự khám bệnh, sự thăm bệnh
      • doctor's round of visit: sự đi khám bệnh khắp lượt của bác sĩ
    • (pháp lý) sự thăm hỏi
      • right of visit: quyền thăm hỏi (tù nhân)
    • (pháp lý) sự đến khám, sự khám xét
      • the visit to the scene of the crime: sự đi khám xét tại chỗ nơi xảy ra tội ác
      • domiciliary visit: sự khám nhà
  • nội động từ
    • đi thăm hỏi
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) chuyện trò thân mật (lúc đến thăm nhau)
    • ngoại động từ
      • thăm, thăm hỏi, thăm viếng, đến thăm
        • to visit a friend: thăm một người bạn
      • tham quan
        • to visit Moscow: tham quan Mát-xcơ-va
      • đi đến, hay đến
      • kiểm tra, thanh tra
        • to visit a school: kiểm tra một trường học
      • đến, giáng xuống (tai hoạ...); lan tràn, hoành hành (bệnh tật...)
        • misfortune has visited them: tai hoạ đã giáng xuống đầu chúng
        • the plague visited the town: bệnh dịch lan tràn khắp thành phố
        • to be visited by (with) a disease: bị nhiễm bệnh
      • (pháp lý) khám xét
        • to visit the scence of the crime: đến khám tại chỗ nơi xảy ra tội ác
      • (tôn giáo) (+ upon) phạt, trừng phạt
        • to visit the sins of the fathers upon the children: trừng phạt con cái vì tội lỗi của cha
      • (tôn giáo) (+ with) ban cho

    Advanced English dictionary

    verb, noun
    + verb
    1 [VN] to go to see a person or a place for a period of time: She went to visit relatives in Wales. + The Prime Minister is visiting Japan at the moment. + You should visit your dentist at least twice a year. + This is an area rarely visited by Europeans.
    2 to stay somewhere for a short time: [V] We don't live here. We're just visiting. + [VN] The lake is also visited by seals in the summer.
    3 [VN] to make an official visit to sb, for example to carry out checks or give advice: government inspectors visiting schools / prisons / factories
    Phrasal Verbs: visit sth on / upon sb/sth (old use) to punish sb/sth: The sins of the fathers are visited upon the children (= children are blamed or suffer for what their parents have done).
    visit with sb (AmE) to spend time with sb, especially talking socially: Come and visit with me some time.
    + noun
    1 ~ (to sb/sth) (from sb) an occasion or a period of time when sb goes to see a place or person and spends time there: It's my first visit to New York. + They're on an exchange visit to France. + If you have time, pay a visit to the local museum. + We had a visit from the police last night. + Is this a social visit, or is it business? + a visit to the doctor / dentist + (BrE) a home visit (= when your doctor visits you)
    See also - FLYING VISIT
    2 ~ (with sb) (AmE, informal) an occasion when two or more people, especially important people, meet to talk in an informal way: He had a visit with the President.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 (go or come to) see, call (in or on or upon), look in on, stop in or by, Colloq pop in or by, drop in (on), take in:
    I plan to visit Leslie. Did you visit the Smithsonian Institution?
    2 afflict, attack, befall, fall upon, assail, seize, smite, scourge, descend upon, inflict, affect:
    Horrible diseases and tortures were said to visit those who denied God.
    3 stay, call, sojourn, stop, stopover:
    The minister will be here for only a brief visit.

    Collocation dictionary


    brief, fleeting, flying, quick, short | lengthy, long | eight-day, hour-long, etc. | long-awaited | regular | constant, frequent
    She enjoyed the frequent visits of her grandchildren.
    | infrequent,
    occasional, periodic, rare |
    annual, daily, twice-weekly, etc. | forthcoming, impending
    The prime minister has been briefed in preparation for his forthcoming visit to China.
    | exchange, reciprocal, return
    Exchange visits between company and school have kept the project going. They came to visit last week, and we'll pay them a return visit in the autumn.
    | surprise, unannounced, unexpected | unwelcome | casual | formal, ministerial, official, presidential, royal, state | high-profile | trade | private, unofficial | foreign, overseas | personal
    Following her letter of complaint, she received a personal visit from the store manager.
    | domiciliary, home
    You should receive a home visit from your midwife within a month.
    | hospital, prison | initial, preliminary | follow-up | social | neighbourly | educational, study | fact-finding, research | courtesy, goodwill
    While on holiday in Italy, the prime minister paid a courtesy visit to his opposite number in Rome.
    | morale-boosting | inspection, monitoring | on-site, site | school | customer | memorable


    go on, make, pay sb, undertake
    We used to go on school visits to museums and historical buildings. How many doctors are still able to make home visits? Pay us a visit next time you're in town.
    | get, have, receive | look forward to
    I'd been looking forward to my cousin's visit for ages.
    | arrange, organize | postpone | cancel | cut short
    He was forced to cut short a visit to North America.
    | prolong
    He offered her a drink to try to prolong her visit.
    | announce
    We received a letter announcing a visit from government inspectors.
    | be (well) worth
    If you're staying in Rome, Ostia is well worth a visit.


    mark sth, signal sth
    The visit signalled the normalization of relations between the two countries.


    during/on a/the ~
    On one of her regular visits home, she told her parents she was engaged.
    | ~ from
    We had a visit from somebody collecting for charity.
    | ~ to
    a visit to the theatre




    come to, go to
    My parents are coming to visit me next week. We've just been to visit my grandparents.
    | decide to, hope to, intend to, plan to, promise to, want to, wish to | be expected to, be likely to
    A million people are expected to visit the museum over the next 12 months.
    | invite sb to, urge sb to

    Concise English dictionary

    +the act of going to see some person or place or thing for a short time
    +a meeting arranged by the visitor to see someone (such as a doctor or lawyer) for treatment or advice
    +the act of visiting in an official capacity (as for an inspection)
    +the act of going to see some person in a professional capacity
    +a temporary stay (e.g., as a guest)
    +visit a place, as for entertainment
    +go to certain places as for sightseeing
    +pay a brief visit
    +come to see in an official or professional capacity
    +impose something unpleasant
    +talk socially without exchanging too much information
    +stay with as a guest