Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Visit"

The meaning of "Visit" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "to pay a visit to school" mean?
A: It means that someone (who is being told this) needs to go to the school.
Q: What does visit BBC website to fill up your tank. What is the meaning of ‘fill up your tank’? mean?
A: "Fill up your tank" literally comes from putting petrol inside a car's petrol tank (storage for petrol)
In this context, it probably means exposing yourself to English writing and listening content so that you can practice/learn. Like filling your brain with new knowledge and words.
Q: What does of (e.g. I've been informed of your visit) mean?
A: For example, they told him you were coming. They've been notified of your upcoming arrival.
Q: What does I want married with you and we are visit many many country and Nepal. mean?
A: 結婚したいです。一緒にたくさんの国やネパルに行きたいです。
Q: What does It's only right that I'd pay them a nice visit. mean?
A: I thought visiting them was the right thing to do.

Example sentences using "Visit"

Q: Please show me example sentences with visited.
A: I visited Portugal last summer and it was beautiful.
I visited my mom today.
My friend visited me on Sunday.
Q: Please show me example sentences with visit to.
A: I went to visit my grandma.
I went to visit the doctor.
Q: Please show me example sentences with visit a doctor .
A: visit a doctor if your foot is falling off

Synonyms of "Visit" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between short visit and check in ?
A: A short visit is just a small period of time where you stay in wherever you're going too.

A Check in is something like going into the doctor's office, saying you'll be there, and you are staying in.

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Q: What is the difference between visit and go ?
A: Normally we use 'go' when mentioning a location:
I want to go to the Mall.
I want to go to my friend's house.

But if it's a tourist location like the Statue of Liberty we would use:
I want to visit the Statue of Liberty.

We normally use visit when talking about a person:
I want to visit my Uncle.
Uncle Ben is visiting us tomorrow.

In situations of moving from one place to the other, like a building, we use go:
I usually go to the coffee shop in the morning.
I normally go to baseball games on the weekend.
Q: What is the difference between I made a visit to Kyoto. and I visited Kyoto. ?
A: They mean about the same. but the first one puts more emphasis on the getting there (the journey). The second one puts more emphasis on being in Kyoto.
Q: What is the difference between visit and go to ?
A: there isn't much of a difference, i think it mostly just depends on the situation. some sentences may sound better with a different word choice.
Examples:
you could say "I'm going to go to the hospital." or "I'm going to visit the hospital.". both sound good.
in a different situation, saying "i don't want to go to school" sounds more natural than saying "i don't want to visit school."
i hope my response made sense.
good luck!
Q: What is the difference between I have to pay a visit to my teacher and I have to pay my teacher a visit ?
A: They have the same meaning. The only thing that differs is on which object you place the emphasis.
In the first sentence, the direct object" visit" is emphasized.
In the the second sentence, the indirect object" my teacher" is emphasized.

Translations of "Visit"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? my last visit there was long time ago. Is it natural?
A: Yeah it does sound natural to me.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I wouldn't like to visit there
A: I wouldn’t want to visit there.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Come for visit?
A: "(you should) come visit (sometime)" If they live near you (in the same city) you can say "you should stop by sometime"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? she's visit her uncle ,isn't she?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Visit"

Q: It's impossible to make her visit her dentist, until her teeth would start aching badly (please, correct mistakes 🌷) does this sound natural?
A: It's impossible to make her visit her dentist, unless her teeth start aching really badly. :)
Q: I hope also that this visit will be the first but not last and one day you will take your daughter with you or she may will be visit Russia in the other time with someone else. does this sound natural?
A: "I hope this visit will not be the last and that one day, you could bring your daughter with you or she could visit with someone else."
Q: If you paid a visit to my apartment at that time, you would probably see my clothes accumulating in piles. does this sound natural?
A: @mranti: visit sounds unnatural but the rest is great.
Q: I would be very happy to make a visit does this sound natural?
A: "I'd be glad to come and visit you" sounds better. but you were really close :)
Q: We count it as two visits if a guest visits once, but stays over midnight.(edited) does this sound natural?
A: ...if a guest visits once, but stays past midnightの方が自然だと思います。

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