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vis·i·tor

 (vĭz′ĭ-tər)
n.
One that visits: Sunday afternoon visitors; lost the game to the visitors.

visitor

(ˈvɪzɪtə)
n
1. a person who pays a visit; caller, guest, tourist, etc
2. (Zoology) another name for visitant4

vis•i•tor

(ˈvɪz ɪ tər)

n.
a person who visits, as for reasons of friendship, business, duty, travel, or the like.
[1400–50; late Middle English visitour < Anglo-French; Old French visiteor < Late Latin vīsitātor= Latin vīsitā(re) to visit + -tor -tor]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.visitor - someone who visitsvisitor - someone who visits      
traveler, traveller - a person who changes location
boulevardier - a visitor of a city boulevard (especially in Paris)
caller, company - a social or business visitor; "the room was a mess because he hadn't expected company"
guest, invitee - a visitor to whom hospitality is extended
visiting fireman - an important or distinguished visitor

visitor

noun
1. guest, caller, company, visitant The other day we had some visitors from London.
2. (often plural) tourist, vacationer (U.S.), holidaymaker, sightseer, pilgrim, daytripper Thousands of visitors flock to see this historical monument.

visitor

noun
1. A person or persons visiting one:
2. One that arrives:
Translations
زَائِرزائِر
návštěvník-ice
besøgendegæst
vieras
posjetitelj
látogató
gestur, aîkomumaîur
訪問者
방문객
obiskovalec
besökare
ผู้เยี่ยม
khách đến thăm

visitor

[ˈvɪzɪtəʳ]
A. N
1. (to one's home) → visita f
she had a visitor earliertuvo una visita antes
we had a constant stream of visitorsno paraba de visitarnos gente
to have visitorstener visita
we can't invite you because we've got visitorsno podemos invitarte porque tenemos visita
2. (in hotel) → huésped(a) m/f
3. (to place) (= tourist) → turista mf, visitante mf; (= tripper) → excursionista mf; (to zoo, exhibition) → visitante mf; (to hospital, prison) → visita f
visitors to this country must be made to feel welcomelos que visitan este país deben sentirse bien recibidos
the museum had 900 visitorsel museo recibió a 900 visitantes
sorry, we're just visitors herelo siento, estamos aquí de visita nada más
the summer visitors bring a lot of moneylos veraneantes aportan mucho dinero
he's only allowed two visitors [patient, prisoner] → sólo puede recibir dos visitas
B. CPD visitor centre, visitor center (US) Ncentro m de información
visitors' book Nlibro m de visitas

visitor

[ˈvɪzɪtər] n
(= caller) → visiteur/euse m/f
to have a visitor, to have visitors → avoir de la visite
(to city, country, museum, park)visiteur/euse m/f
foreign visitors → visiteurs/euses mpl/fpl étrangersvisitor centre naccueil m des visiteurs (sur un site d'intérêt touristique avec exposition, diaporama, cafétéria etc)visitors' book n (gen)livre m d'or; (in hotel)registre m

visitor

nBesucher(in) m(f); (in hotel) → Gast m; to have visitors/a visitorBesuch haben; the great tit is a rare visitor in these partsdie Kohlmeise hält sich selten in diesen Breiten auf; visitors’ bookGästebuch nt

visitor

[ˈvɪzɪtəʳ] n (guest) → ospite m/f; (tourist) → turista m/f; (in hospital, at zoo, exhibition) → visitatore/trice
visitors to the town → i visitatori della città
you've got a visitor (in hospital, at home) → c'è una visita per te

visit

(ˈvizit) verb
1. to go to see (a person or place). We visited my parents at the weekend; They visited the ruins at Pompeii while they were on holiday.
2. to stay in (a place) or with (a person) for a time. Many birds visit (Britain) only during the summer months.
noun
an act of going to see someone or something for pleasure, socially, professionally etc, or going to stay for a time. We went on a visit to my aunt's; the children's visit to the museum.
ˈvisitor noun
a person who visits, socially or professionally. I'm expecting visitors from America; We're having visitors next week.

visitor

زَائِر návštěvník besøgende Besucher επισκέπτης visitante vieras visiteur posjetitelj visitatore 訪問者 방문객 bezoeker besøkende gość visitante посетитель besökare ผู้เยี่ยม ziyaretçi khách đến thăm 访问者

visitor

n visitante mf
References in classic literature ?
"The country," his visitor continued, "will know some day what it owes to Sir Alfred Anselman.
Lecount, opening the parlo r door, and announcing the visitor's appearance with the tone and manner of a well-bred servant.
The abbe replaced the large spectacles, which covered not only his eyes but his temples, and sitting down motioned to his visitor to do the same.
These buildings, made of brick and stained with innumerable layers of Packingtown smoke, were painted all over with advertising signs, from which the visitor realized suddenly that he had come to the home of many of the torments of his life.
There was a policeman not far off, advancing with his bull's eye open; and at the sight, I thought my visitor started and made greater haste.
I stood upon the hearth-rug and picked up the stick which our visitor had left behind him the night before.
The man evidently could not take in the idea of such a shabby- looking visitor, and had decided to ask once more.
The visitor was standing in the doorway, but turned a little into the gloom of the house as Mr Flintwinch turned, and pursued him with his eyes into the little room, where he groped about for a phosphorus box.
"Here's a delightful visitor! Ah, how glad I am to see you!" he shouted, recognizing Stepan Arkadyevitch.
Oh, that manner, I could see in my visitor's face, and not a little else besides!
Darcy told her that Bingley was also coming to wait on her; and she had barely time to express her satisfaction, and prepare for such a visitor, when Bingley's quick step was heard on the stairs, and in a moment he entered the room.
To each new arrival Anna Pavlovna said, "You have not yet seen my aunt," or "You do not know my aunt?" and very gravely conducted him or her to a little old lady, wearing large bows of ribbon in her cap, who had come sailing in from another room as soon as the guests began to arrive; and slowly turning her eyes from the visitor to her aunt, Anna Pavlovna mentioned each one's name and then left them.

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