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Synonyms

visit

noun

an occasion when you visit a person or a place

round

noun

a series of visits to different people or places that are made as part of someone’s job

flying visit

noun

a very short visit

courtesy call

noun

a visit or telephone call that you make to a customer in order to be polite

call

noun

a short visit to someone, especially to their home

circuit

noun

a series of places that are regularly visited by someone involved in a particular activity

whistle-stop tour

noun

an occasion when you visit a lot of places in a short period of time

open house

noun

a period of time when people are encouraged to visit a place

conducted tour

noun

a short visit to a place in which someone shows you around and tells you information about it

look-in

noun

Britishinformal a short visit to a person or place

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call-out

noun

British a visit to your home or office by someone providing a service, for example a plumber or a computer expert

cold call

noun

an unexpected telephone call or visit by someone trying to sell something

descent

noun

a sudden and unpleasant visit or attack

door-to-door

adjective

going to all the houses in a particular area, for example in order to sell something or to ask for information or votes

(from) door to door

going to all the houses in an area, for example trying to sell things or asking for information or votes

the grand tour

noun

often humorous a visit in which someone shows you all the parts of a building or area

house-to-house

adjective

involving visits to every house in an area

pilgrimage

noun

a visit to a place that is connected with someone or something that is important to you

sojourn

noun

literary a period of time when you stay in a place that is not your home

tour of inspection

an official visit to a place to make certain that everything is correct

visit

noun

an occasion when an important person such as a political leader or a public official visits a place

visit

noun

an occasion when an important person such as a political leader or a public official visits a place

visitation

noun

an official visit, especially one that examines the activities of a person or group

visitation

noun

mainly Americanformal the activity of visiting a place or person

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hygge

a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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sofar

a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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