caller, guest, company; visitant:
May I phone you back after my visitors have gone?
constant, frequent, regular | occasional | seasonal | rare | casual | first-time
First-time visitors to Spain are often surprised by how late people eat.
| welcome | surprise, unexpected | uninvited, unwanted, unwelcome | potential, prospective, would-be
The latest crime figures are likely to put off prospective visitors to the city.
| foreign, international, overseas | annual, yearly | business, holiday, tourist | museum | home, hospital, prison | health
The baby's weight is monitored by the health visitor.
VERB + VISITOR
get, have, receive
Do you get many visitors?
The house was tidy and I could see he was expecting visitors.
The front room was used mainly for entertaining visitors.
| attract, bring (in)
The festival brings 5,000 visitors to the town every year.
The town has much to interest the visitor.
The lack of facilities in the town may deter the casual visitor.
The college only admits visitors in organized groups.
VISITOR + VERB
come, flock, turn up
Visitors flocked to see the show.
VISITOR + NOUN
attraction | centre
Pick up a free map of the town from the visitor centre.
Visitors from Ireland will find much that reminds them of home.
| ~ to
visitors to the museum
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