And no more renting one of those weird cellphones when you visit; 3G now works here.
"Tell us when you plan to visit us next time," one of the guards said snidely.
She had made several trips to visit her lawyers during the time she was out on bail and there was nothing unusual about it.
early 13c., "come to (a person) to comfort or benefit," from Old French visiter, from Latin visitare "to go to see, come to inspect," frequentative of visere "behold, visit" (a person or place), from past participle stem of videre "to see, notice, observe" (see vision). Originally of the deity, later of pastors and doctors (c.1300), general sense of "pay a call" is from 1620s. Meaning "come upon, afflict" (in reference to sickness, punishment, etc.) is recorded from mid-14c. Related: Visited; visiting.
1620s, from visit (v.).